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Addendum.......
The strong north winds were keeping all the gulls near the shoreline as they 
were catching the thermals off the saddle dam. Winds are suppose to be calm, 
so no telling were the bird will show-up.
The gulls often spread out with calm winds.

Also please note that this bird does not have much of a collar on it's hind 
neck.

The more eyes the better when searching for this bird, so maybe have your 
FRS radios on to 11/22.

Charlene Malone

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Charlene and Jim Malone" <[log in to unmask]>
To: <[log in to unmask]>
Sent: Saturday, November 11, 2006 7:14 PM
Subject: B-L Kittiwake at Carlyle - ILLINOIS


> ILLINOIS birds
> Dan Kassebaum called .......
> 1st W (now called 1st cycle?) BLACK-LEGGED KITTIWAKE seen from the Saddle 
> Dam at Carlyle Lake.
> Seen ~ 3:15 PM so no guarantee for earlier in the day.
> DIRECTIONS:
> Take Hwy 50 to the South Shores turn-off..
> Go to stop sign and turn right. (left here takes you to the "handicap 
> fishermen's parking lot"/Lake View)
> First open area with guard rails on both sides of road is "The Saddle Dam" 
> (Saddle Dam #2 on the map)
>
> WESTERN GREBE still there (location not given ? - probably Point 18)
> Very choppy water.
> Lots of loons but no mention of Pacific or R-T.
> Still had a PINE WARBLER
>
> Good birding,
> Charlene Malone
> St. Louis co.
>
> P.S.
> Female BLACK SCOTER still at RMBS
> Loons are coming through with 7-8 at CC Lake and 4 at RMBS.
>
> 

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