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The Common Redpoll visiting the feeders at the home of Paul and Becky 
McKenzie in southwest Columbia was seen today 6 times between 7:25 a.m. 
and 11 a.m.  It was not seen after 11.  This is the same pattern 
exhibited yesterday.

The bird is presumed to still be present.  Paul will be home tomorrow 
all morning, but not tomorrow afternoon.  Anyone wishing to see the bird 
is asked to ring the doorbell, not go to the backyard.

It is not necessary to call if you are going tomorrow morning.

DIRECTIONS:	

 From I-70 take the Stadium Blvd. exit  (EXIT #124). Go south on Stadium 
to BROADWAY.
Go right (west) on Broadway.

When Broadway goes up a big hill and turns south you will believe you're 
on the same road but the name will have changed to SCOTT BLVD.

Go south on Scott Blvd.  Chapel Hill will T onto Scott on your left.  
The next right is GILLESPIE BRIDGE RD.

Turn right (west) onto  Gillespie Bridge Rd. The first left is Mesa.  
The second left is KENDALLWOOD. Turn left onto Kendallwood.

It is a VERY SHORT block (200 feet or so) to GRANDVIEW CIRCLE on your 
left.  Turn left onto Grandview Cir.  The Mckenzie home is the second on 
the right, a yellow house with white mailbox and a dirtpile on the 
driveway.

Edge Wade
Columbia, MO
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