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Birded both locations from 8 a.m. on ...
 
Thomas Hill was devoid of waterfowl. Some gulls and mallards... I did get
great looks at a Rough-legged Hawk perched and in flight.
 
Long Branch S.P. did a controlled burn recently and 90% of the park is
BLACK... Several hundred mergansers, mostly common, but hooded and
red-breasted were present too. On the west side of the intersection of the
main road the the road that leads into the campground were 65 American
Pipits along with dozens and dozens of Eastern Meadowlarks and Horned Larks.

 
Still trying to convince Rhonda to take a trip to Chicago today to get the
Black-headed Gull tomorrow!
 
Patrick
 
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