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Saw a Western Kingbird back on the little power station on stockyard road 
today.  I imagine there were more than one but I didn't have long to stay.

Good to have them back.  Eastern Kingbirds nest there too so I will be 
watching for them.

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----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Larry Lade" <[log in to unmask]>
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Sent: Thursday, May 01, 2008 1:57 PM
Subject: Saint Joseph Birds


> There were ten (10) ibises at Horseshoe Lake, Buchanan County this 
> morning. Also in the area were Great-tailed Grackles, Yellow-headed 
> Blackbirds, Grasshopper, Savannah, Chipping and Lark Sparrows. I saw one 
> Indigo Bunting and a couple of Dickcissels.
>
>  No FOY birds for me today, but after getting twenty (20) last Monday over 
> at Pershing SP, et. al. and six (6) yesterday around Lake Contrary, I am 
> not complaining!
>
>  There have been two Lincoln's Sparrows in our yard for the last couple of 
> weeks. Today when I got home from a morning's birding I found there were 
> two Red-breasted Nuthatches coming to the peanut feeder, several Pine 
> Siskins coming to the nyger feeder and a Swainson's Thrush just picking 
> around in the yard.
>
>
> Larry Lade
> Saint Joseph, MO
> Buchanan County
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