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I birded Dobbins Woodland in Nodaway Co. today (05/20/07). My best bird
was a female yellow-rumped warbler. I did take some pictures for
documentation since it is just one day earlier that the latest spring
date (May 21, 1907), which is 100 years old! I did know if this bird
needs to be documented. If any MRBC members are on the list - please let
me know if I need to send it in. Saw several species of warblers,
including Kentucky, N. parula, chestnut-sided, and Tennessee, calling
alder and Acadian flycatchers (later is rare in extreme NW Missouri),
both tanagers, rose-breasted grosbeaks and other common residents. Many
grasshopper sparrows, bobolinks and dickcissels along the backroads in
Nodaway Co.

Later,
Peter Kondrashov
Maryville, MO

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