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Just thought I would add that Western Kingbirds seem to be getting more common every year in western MO, in the Liberty area at least (N of KC).  Four years ago I was ecstatic to get one here and now I see them regularly in different places all over this area.
 
Jennifer Reidy,
Liberty, Clay County

> Date: Mon, 7 Jul 2008 07:20:22 -0500
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> Subject: Western Kingbird - Smithville
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> Noted but forgot to post...a Western Kingbird has been seen repeatedly:
>
> Directions--
>
> Starting at the #42 Exit (N. Woodland) of I-435...continue north on
> Woodland (approximately a 1/2 mile).
>
> Woodland bends west for about a 1/4 mile.
>
> It is along this stretch of road (the 1/4 mile heading west) that we see
> the bird(s).
>
> Bob Foreman
> Smithville, Clay, MO
>
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The Audubon Society of Missouri's Wild Bird Discussion Forum
ASM Fall Meeting: Sept. 26-28, 2008 at Osage Beach, MO
More information: http://www.mobirds.org