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Sulli reported no special migrants or resident birds on this morning's trip up Hwy 79 St Charles and Lincoln Counties visiting sod farms and Winfield's Sandy Slough Road areas..
   
  Jackie Chain
  St Louis County

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Subject: Hwy 79 Corridor, 7/18/07
Date: Wed, 18 Jul 2007 14:33:39 +0000

  Location: Hwy 79 Corridor 
Observation date: 7/18/07 
Number of species: 37 

Canada Goose X 
Northern Bobwhite 1 
Great Blue Heron 3 
Snowy Egret 1 
Green Heron 1 
Red-tailed Hawk 2 
American Kestrel 4 
Killdeer X 
Spotted Sandpiper X 
Rock Pigeon X 
Mourning Dove X 
Chimney Swift X 
Ruby-throated Hummingbird 1 
Belted Kingfisher 1 
Red-headed Woodpecker 1 
Downy Woodpecker 2 
Northern Flicker 1 
Eastern Phoebe 4 
Warbling Vireo 1 
Blue Jay 2 
American Crow X 
Fish Crow X 
Horned Lark 6 
Barn Swallow X 
American Robin X 
Northern Mockingbird 8 
Cedar Waxwing 1 
Northern Cardinal X 
Indigo Bunting X 
Dickcissel X 
Red-winged Blackbird X 
Eastern Meado wlark 17 
Common Grackle X 
Brown-headed Cowbird X 
American Goldfinch X 
House Sparrow X 
Eurasian Tree Sparrow 2 

This report was generated automatically by eBird v2 (http://www.ebird.org/bcn) 


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