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On the way to work this morning as I approached approximately one mile west
of Emden, MO, on Hwy 168, I came upon 250+ American Crows (AMCR) SITTING on
the highway! The birds launched into flight as I moved (at the speed limit
of course <g>) through the flying torrent. I have NEVER seen this many crows
at once in Shelby County... Wonder what caused them to group up??
 
Observed my first MALE Northern Harrier (NOHA) of the season four miles west
of Shelbyville, MO, this afternoon....
 
While these two experiences are nothing like seeing a lifer Little Gull
(which I did NOT repeat,,,, NOT <g>), they still made my day just a little
nicer...
 
Good birding to all...
 
PS, Phil Wire...
 
Let's get together and hit Thomas Hill and Long Branch as a group soon!
 
Patrick
 
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Patrick Harrison
Shelbyville, Shelby County, Missouri
3867 Highway K
Shelbyville MO 63469-2403
(573) 633-2628
Instructor, Computer Applications
Hannibal Public Schools
Editor, The Bluebird
Webmaster, mobirds.org
The Audubon Society of Missouri

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