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I had 5 Ring-necked Pheasants (all males) feeding in corn stubble about ten
yards off the road on Highway 11 East in Adair County today.

Lots of Kestrels and Red-tailed Hawks, numerous Northern Harriers as well,
including a male that gave good looks.

Just outside Baringer in Knox County I had several Yellow-rumped Warblers,
classified as rare for nothern MO in winter. Given how mild it's been, I bet
they aren't all too uncommon up here this year though. I had most of the
usual suspects like chickadees too.

Phil Wire
Kirksville, Adair County
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