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Over the weekend, my wife and I birded a few sites in McDonald, Newton, 
Barry, and Barton counties in southwestern Missouri. Notable sightings, at 
least to us, were:

Painted Bunting singing at the traditional spot on Marten Road (Newton).
Henslow's Sparrow at Prairie State Park (Barton) and Diamond Grove Prairie 
Conservation Area (Newton).
Whip-poor-will and Chuck-will's-widow at Prairie State Park (woods at 
T-intersection south of the Visitor's Center).
Pine Warblers at the Powell Towersite (McDonald).
Worm-eating, Hooded and Kentucky Warblers on the Devil's Kitchen Trail at 
Roaring River State Park (Barry).

Jeff Nichols and Mary Doud
Boone Co., Iowa

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