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I will be helping in leading the Conservation Teen Club from the Springfield 
Nature Center today from mid-morning to mid-afternoon.  We will get a report 
on the list by this afternoon.

There are opportunities to spot the bird other than perching on the 
vehicles, though that does make it quite easy.  There is a group of cedars 
along a sidewalk heading out to the staff parking area.  It spends a great 
deal of time in those trees or on the ground under them.  Not often but 
sometimes it feeds out in the main bird feeding area around the corner from 
the staff parking area.  A great opportunity to see other birds including 
several Wild Turkeys that regular feed at the main bird feeding area.

Charley Burwick
Greater Ozarks Audubon
Greene County
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