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Spent this Friday afternoon at Riverlands MBS (St.
Charles Co.) hoping to find a Slaty-backed Gull on the
Missouri side.  Obviously that did not happen, but I
did have 1 first-cycle GLAUCOUS GULL sitting on the
remaining ice at Teal Pond.  There were a couple
thousand gulls at Riverlands today, but the Glaucous
was the only species other than Herring or Ring-billed
that I found.  At the Confluence Point SP (St. Charles
Co.) the adult NORTHERN SHRIKE, found by Bill Rowe,
was at the previously posted location.  

Good Birding,
Joshua Uffman
St. Louis County, MO
Photos:  http://www.pbase.com/jpuf/galleries

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