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Woke up before dawn and watched the regular yardbirds hit the
feeders....
 
but watched the horde of mainly black vultures (with turkey mixed in)
leave the roost by the hundreds.
 
Spied a red-shouldered hawk... and a bald eagle working the lake.
 
(The aerie is across the lake form the in-laws house... and has been for
a few years).
 
A pair of pileated woodpeckers are also a usual treat there.  They send
the feed and peanut butter logs swinging upon takeoff and landing.
 
All this before the front arrived with sleet and wind.
 
Good birding, 
 

Dave Snider
Meteorologist 
KY3 StormTeam
Weather Center  417.268.3246
Newsroom  417.268.3200
FAX  417.268.3364
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