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Species seen at Eagle Bluffs today:
 
Northern flicker
bluewinged teal - most numerous species
lesser yellowlegs
great blue heron
red-winged blackbird
Northern shoveler 
green-winged teal - 2nd most numerous
Canada goose
mallard
double crested cormorant - 13
red-tailed hawk
white-crowned sparrow
coot
pied-billed grebe
tree swallow
turkey vulture
song sparrow
gadwall
bald eagle - mom still on the nest
greater-white-fronted goose - 1
pectorap sandpiper
Brewer's blackbird - 1
starling
American golden plover - 40 (Sapp Tract)
snow geese
American wigeon - 2
fish crow - heard
barn swallow
kildeer
 
Harold and Kathleen Anderson, Columbia
 
 

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