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I hiked a few miles this morning at SNR and saw the following:
Red-tail 2
Red-shouldered 1
Pileated, Hairy, Downy, Red-bellied, N. Flicker
Bluebirds
Hermit Thrush 1
Robins
Tree Swallow 2
Bobwhite 8
Field, Swamp, Song, White-throated Sparrows
E. Phoebe 2
E. Towhee 1
Brown Thrasher 1
Brown Creeper 10
Carolina Wren 3

The staff and volunteers have done a lot of burning in the prairie areas and 
the southeast woods the last few days.  Big prairie burn scheduled for this 
afternoon.  It will be interesting to see how the new conditions will effect 
the birding this spring.
DRH

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Donald R. Hays
Union, Missouri 

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