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After seeing Bob Fisher's post from yesterday, I went up to Squaw Creek and Bob Brown this afternoon to see if the wind had blown in anything new. I found all of the birds Bob reported yesterday with no new species. However, I did find 4 Red-necked Phalaropes in Mallard Marsh at Squaw Creek NWR. There were 3 females in breeding plumage and 1 male. One female was associating with a group of Wilson's Phalaropes and the other 3 were in a group by themselves. Couldn't come up with any Whimbrel's, Turnstone's or White Ibis's though, yet.
   
  Good Birding,
   
  Kyle Driggers
  Liberty, Mo. 

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