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I met up with Loy Barber at REDA this evening.  We were able to find both phalarope species and the Black-bellied Plovers without much difficulty.  The Lark Sparrow was feeding in the fields along the road  between the confluence road and the new hunting ponds.  Also we had a Clay-colored Sparrow near the beginning of the confluence road near the metal bridge over the channel that runs from Heron Pond to the river.

David Becher
Saint Louis
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