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I am back after a week out in Indiana, visiting relatives.
 
I saw most of the expected species of birds this morning around the oxbow lakes region south of town. The nine Cattle Egrets are still at Muskrat Lake south of Saint Joseph.
 
Shorebird numbers were down. I did see some Pectoral, Least, Spotted, Semipalmated Sandpipers and one Lesser Yellowlegs. 
 
A new "Lake Contrary Bird" for me though was a juvenile Yellow-crowned Night-Heron. That brings my species list for the Lake Contrary area up to 233.
 
 


Larry Lade
Saint Joseph, MO
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