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There were 40-50 American white pelicans on the Missouri River this morning
- on the opposite side of the river from the northern border of Plowboy Bend
Conservation area. On my walk this morning, noteble birds were winter wren,
Louisiana waterthrush (singing), field sparrow (singing), chipping sparrow,
song sparrow, white-throated sparrow, wood ducks, hermit thrush, eastern
phoebes (numerous for a couple of weeks now) and FOY northern rough-winged
swallows. Heard barred owl and brown thrasher early, and purple finches
continue at the feeders.

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