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I birded Bob Brown today, as Squaw Creek was closed. Some highlights:

Blue grosbeak - 1, male, Forest city, at the turnoff to Bob Brown

Western kingbird - same place

Willow flycatcher - 2 calling + photographed at the entrance to Bob
Brown on the right side

Alder flycatcher - Bob Brown boardwalk, calling

Northern parula, Bob Brown boardwalk 

Bald eagle - adult, Bob Brown

 

Took some killer pictures of rose-breasted grosbeaks:
http://picasaweb.google.com/Pkondrash/MissouriSpring2007/photo#506860296
6586956418

 

At the parking lot at Squaw Creek headquarters I had a female mourning
warbler, wood thrush, Kentucky warbler and other more common summer
residents.

 

Later,

 

Peter Kondrashov, Ph.D.

Biology Department,

Northwest Missouri State University.

800 University Dr., Maryville, MO 64468

E-mail: [log in to unmask] <mailto:[log in to unmask]>   NEW!

 


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