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We went to Eagle Bluffs for a little over an hour this evening.  We found a small group of shorebirds, maybe 30-50. A common snipe and Northern Harrier were first of the fall for me.  Others seen:
 
Mourning dove
American kestrel
great blue heron
Northern harrier - 1
European starlings - the cormorant trees were full of them
Carolina wren
Kildeer
Stilt Sandpiper 
lesser yellowlegs
greater yellowlegs
semi-palmated plover - 4, maybe more
pectoral sandpiper
semi-palmated sandpiper
common snipe - 1
least sandpiper - 20-30
rock pigeon
red-winged blackbirds - lots
blue-winged teal
mallard
Northern shoveler
barn swallow
swallow species
 
Kathleen and Harold Anderson

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