Congratulations Missouri Birders!

Missouri has reported 120 species that have been
accepted in the GBBC results to this point! 
Blue-headed Vireo, House Wren and Chipping Sparrow
obserations will be pending MBRC review. 
Additionally, a SNOWY OWL was reported from
Chillicothe, but I have not received any further
details on this observation to confirm location, etc. 
Merlin, Spotted Towhee, Lincoln's Sparrow, Snow
Bunting and Red Crossbill are a few of the other rare
species reported in the state.  With all the Common
Redpolls showing up in IL, I thought one would show up
in Missouri - but none have been reported as of yet.

Also, Missouri has currently made it to two of the Top
Ten Lists:

1)  Missouri is #3 for reporting the most birds 
2)  Smithville is the #1 "locality" for reporting the
most birds.  Thanks to those Snow Geese!

Reminder, all who recorded any sightings over the
weekend (February 15 - 18) can enter their sightings
until the end of the month.  Also, your observations
do not HAVE to be from your backyard.

Here is the website...

Joshua Uffman
St. Louis County, MO
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