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That should be a Wilson's PHALAROPE

Too tired to be typing.
Thanks all that caught my mistake.

Charlene (_zz?zz_) Malone

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Charlene and Jim Malone" <[log in to unmask]>
To: <[log in to unmask]>
Sent: Tuesday, April 25, 2006 8:30 PM
Subject: Re: REDA Tues Lunchtime


> The AVOCETS were out on the far edge of the mudflats in Ellis Bay by the 
> Dam near and with the Pelicans.
>
> Joe Eades found 38 WILLETS and then Dave Rogles found 57 WILLETS out at 
> Linc. Shields.
> There were 4 more WILLETS out with the Avocets and two at the Duck hunting 
> club pool along Confluence Road.
> Joe also re-found one PIPING PLOVER.
> I found a female WILSON'S PLOVER out in Ellis Bay.
> The total species of shorebirds seen by all that I know is 18.
> As the cold front was coming through, shorebirds were dropping in here and 
> there and moving all around.
> Those that came/stayed later were hoping for Godwits or Whimbrels to drop 
> in, but that didn't happen by 6 PM when I left, half frozen because of the 
> cold, overwhelming winds. Winter is back at REDA.
> Gloves and a coat was needed.
>
> BTW,
> They were changing the Riverlands Environmental Demonstration Area sign to 
> the new name today.
> Guess I will be forced to use RMBS now. Hard habit to 
> break...........sigh.
>
> Also had 2 LARK SPARROWS in their regular place at the Katy Trail/Weldon 
> Springs Access, near the pump station right by the road, before the 
> boatramp parking lot.
> No Painted bunting seen by me.
>
> Good birding,
> Charlene Malone......(_zzz_)
> St. Louis co.
>
> ----- Original Message ----- 
> From: "Leslie B Jenkins" <[log in to unmask]>
> To: <[log in to unmask]>
> Sent: Tuesday, April 25, 2006 5:14 PM
> Subject: REDA Tues Lunchtime
>
>
>> Took a trip to REDA at lunchtime today in search of Avocets but found
>> none,however i did see 2 yellow Crowned Herons,2 Willets,4or 5 Lesser
>> Yellowlegs.least Sandpipers and a Northern Parula in the brush to the R 
>> of
>> the Main Office.100's of Cormies and many Pelicans.Les Jenkins.
>>
>

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