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Kathleen,

It's a different place.  There are 2 general Western Kingbird  
locations in the St. Louis area - the St. Louis City industrial area  
near the river and the E. St. Louis (Casino Queen) area.  The Painted  
Bunting is the E. St. Louis site.  Someone else will need to post  
those directions.


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Sherry McCowan
Saint Louis, Missouri


On May 10, 2005, at 12:58 PM, Harold D Anderson wrote:

> Is this the location of the painted bunting also?
> Thanks,
> Kathleen Anderson, Columbia
>
> On Tue, 10 May 2005, Sherry McCowan wrote:
>
>
>> I didn't think Edge was referring to my post or I would have
>> replied.  Sorry! (I did give street names.)
>>
>> On May 10, 2005, at 8:28 AM, John Newman wrote:
>>
>>
>>> I'll reply to Edge's request regarding Sherry's post since that
>>> location is about 5 blocks from where I live!  (I've checked every
>>> evening for about two weeks for the birds arrival and I missed them
>>> Sunday).  Anyway the location is east of Soulard (south from
>>> downtown St. Louis) in an industrial area. When traveling east on
>>> Route 40 towards Illinois take the "last exist in Missouri" turn
>>> left and then right on Broadway heading south. Keep going as it
>>> becomes 7th St. until you reach Barton.  Turn left, passing the
>>> Yellow Truck yard and go to 2nd St.  Look on the telephone lines in
>>> the general area and the Western Kigbird pair will be there.
>>>
>>> John Newman
>>> Soulard
>>> [log in to unmask]
>>

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