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Just received an email from Tim James -- 

There is a whimbrel on the road with the closed gate in the second one-way
loop. I was about to open the gate but decided not to when I discovered the
bird using that stretch of road. He is closer to the upper end of the road
and may be hunkered down in the grass making him difficult to find.
Tim

This is the first leg (outbound) of the second one-way loop; it was closed
last evening because it still had water over it; but it can be viewed from
the parallel road forming the other side of the loop.  I noticed last night
that several of the Black-bellied Plovers were also using this section of
the gravel road, pecking near where the water overflows it.

Good luck!
Jean Leonatti
Boone County
Columbia, MO
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