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EURASIAN TREE SPARROW info can be found at the ASM website, www.morbirds.org
There is a link on the homepage. This info is taken from the Webster Groves 
Nature Study Society website.
I am still seeing ETS in small flocks at Riverlands EDA, St. Charles co 
(outside of Alton, IL) in the following spots:
- Along the Jones-Confluence Point State Park Road (entrance near the 
maintenance buildings at REDA). MO State Parks website might have info or a 
map to this area.
The ETS can be at various shrubby spots along the road and even at the 
beginning of this road near the maintenance building.
- also along Red School Road (see REDA map on www.wgnss.org website) Take 
Wise Road from Riverlands Way Road by Teal Pond. Follow Wise Road to the "Y" 
at Red School Road. Turn left and start listening for "cheeping" kinda' like 
House Sparrows. The birds can be at that shrubby area at the "Y" or a bit 
further down the road at the White house on the right with the Virgin Mary 
on a pedestal, white picket fence and "Beware of Dog" sign. They are often 
in the bushes around the house.
They can be found further down this road past Cora Island Road too (around 
cemetery and the tress around the gray house with swimming pool and grain 
bins).

SORRY about the repeat of the WHITE IBIS info.
Should have looked on Mobirds first.

Nitie-nite,
Charlene Malone
St. Louis co.

 

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