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    Early this aftenoon I located a Nelson's Sharp-tailed Sparrow in the 
part of BK Leach CA that is north of Hwy. M.  From Hwy. M you take the 
gravel road to the north just past the "original" entrance road to BK Leach 
to the t-intersection next to the Norton Woods access and from there go left 
a short distance to a small dirt pullout next to the dike.  The bird was 
just past this pullout in the small ditch along the right side of the road.  
There were still Dunlin, White-rumped Sandpipers, and Semipalmated Plovers 
in other areas of this unit of BK Leach and there was a Pied-billed Grebe 
with young in the northern unit (Bittern Basin) of BK Leach along with many 
broods of Mallards and Wood Ducks.

Scott Schuette
Troy, MO

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