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Early this morning, YT Warblers were almost numerous on the Katy Trail going
east from the Eagle Bluffs headquarters.  Also had Field Sparrow singing in
the parking lot, Louisiana Waterthrush along the trail; and sora and Marsh
Wren at Wetland Unit #2.  The first cell of this unit has several mudflats,
and a Lesser Yellowlegs was present along with Wood Ducks, Canada Geese and
BW Teal.

 

Got in my first round of golf for the season at Columbia Country Club - was
greeted by singing Chipping Sparrows, Northern Parula and Louisiana
Waterthrush.  What a delight to get FOY birds at your own golf course!

Jean Leonatti

Boone County

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