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MoBirders:

Went by Wappapello Dam this morning hoping to see some migrants I've missed 
this spring, but it was pretty quiet.  Made the loop back through Duck Creek 
CA.  Things were pretty quiet on the water and it was windy by 11:00, but I 
did manage to see some warblers at the north end of the big pool.  Best 
birds of day:

Mississippi Kites - 8 flying over fields of "Pool "A"
Wilson's warbler - 2
Redstart - 1
Blackpoll warblers - at least 3
Canada warbler - 1
Yellow-throated warbler
Philadelphia vireo - have seen several this spring
Resident warblers - KY, prothonotary, n. parulas

Spotted sandpiper - FOY for me
Blue grosbeak female
Scarlet tanager pair in the woods (saw summer tanager male also)
Green heron - are others finding them relatively scarce this year???
Singing warbling vireos
Hummer in honeysuckle

Was hoping for terns, but no luck.  Did see a mother skunk moving her young, 
carrying one in her mouth.  At least I guess it was the mother.

Judy Bergmann
Rural Silva (Wayne Co)

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