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REDA:
at least one SHORT-EARED OWL put on a good show at the end of the day.
Even struck one of the Harrier interlopers to remind it to stay out of his 
territory.
MUTE SWAN was in Pintail Pond (not countable in MO)
Heard 2 GREAT HORNED OWLS hooting at the back of Heron pond.
REDHEADS and RING-NECKED DUCKS are in the new marsh at the county lines on 
the road to the dam.
Swan numbers are at ~ 125 but probably more than that.
Didn't have time to really have a good look at the gull roost (!!)
Think the rest was covered from other posts.

My River Home near the Our Lady of the River monument, Portage Des Sioux
- the one adult LESSER BLACK BACKED gull was still there as reported by 
Jackie Chain and Rose Ann Bodman.

Seeberger/Church Road in St. Charles co.
Think the GREAT-TAILED GRACKLE numbers are well over 75.
Several RUSTY BLACKBIRDS were there as well along with Cowbird (JM only) and 
Common grackle (D Rogles).

Had another HERMIT THRUSH on Centaur road in Chesterfield Valley.
It was feeding on bittersweet across from the block/brick (?) business on 
this road.

That's it for now.
Nitie-nite.....zzzzzzzz
Charlene Malone
St. Louis co. 

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