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Denny Donnell alerted us to 2 yellow-headed blackbirds at Eagle Bluffs today.   We did NOT find them.
He also told us of an immature yellow-crowned nightheron which we DID find.   Both in Pool 10. about half way down the one-way loop on left side. 
 
Coming back up the 1-way loop we had many red-winged blackbirds and several marsh wrens, both singing.  I didn't realize before that the red-wings and marsh wrens song sound somewhat similar (bubbly).  The wren proceded up a stalk and we got very good looks right beside the car!!
 
There are still a good number of great egrets, seemed like more that great blue herons. 
 
On the way down, on Route K, we had a barred owl on the electric wire. 
 
Harold and Kathleen Anderson, Columbia
 
 
 
 

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