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Might be old news, but newsworthy nonetheless.

We had a PINE WARBLER from February 15 to the first week in March.  It
came daily to the sunflower feeder.  During that same time period I
received calls from 3 other people who reported them: 1 in So IL who had
2 for at least 3 weeks, and 2 locations in Bollinger County, West of
Cape Girardeau.  I wonder how often they show up at winter feeders
before the weather warms and they bolt for the north country. 

Steven Juhlin



"Connecting People with the Land"
Steven Juhlin
Assistant Nature Center Manager
Cape Girardeau Conservation Campus
Missouri Department of Conservation
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PH: 573-290-5858, ext 298
FAX: 573-290-5566

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