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Back to MISSOURI (well at least near-by) birding......

St. Louis area birders,
If going to Rocky Point/Ridge to see the Black Vultures, stop off here too,
it can be pretty birdy.

Kaskaskia Island (IL)
Joe Eades had this last weekend a 99.9% sure PRAIRIE FALCON & a100% sure
MERLIN (prairie race)
There's also MANY singing WESTERN MEADOWLARKS, 3-4 ROUGH-LEGGED HAWKS,
several NO. HARRIERS.
A few longspurs and many horned larks.
Many Snow geese flew over with a few Rosses and White-fronts mixed in.
Go there an hour or so before sunset and their MIGHT be S-E Owls and know
for sure there will be many Great horned owls.
Incoming Spring KILLDEER everywhere.
BTW, this area is where "The Boyz" had fly-over Sandhills a couple of years
ago at the end of Feb.


Back at Riverlands EDA........
RED-WINGED BLACKBIRDS on territory as well as all the noisy KILLDEER back in
force.
Red collared Trumpeter staying together with another collared bird - green
collar with a sequence of numbers/letters I have not seen before.
Didn't really look through the gulls or waterfowl.....too disinterested.

well, back to reality. :-p

Charlene Malone
St. Louis co.

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