I quickly processed my Phalarope photos from Carlyle Lake yesterday and put
the best three of each bird up on my web site (first 6 photos of  "current
photos" on the main page).  You can use the link below to my web site.

As soon as I have a chance I will add more photos from this trip and do some
housekeeping on my web site. 

Joe Eades will provide a complete trip report.  

Unfortunately, although the Illinois group saw the Sabine's Gull, the St.
Louis group missed it.  However, it was still a GREAT trip!!

...Dave Faintich
Olivette, MO

"The truth of the matter is, the birds could very well live without us, but
many - perhaps all - of us would find life incomplete, indeed almost
intolerable without the birds" ~~ Roger Tory Peterson

-----Original Message-----
From: Missouri Wild Bird Forum [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf
Of Charlene and Jim Malone
Sent: Saturday, September 20, 2008 1:30 PM
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Subject: RED Phalarope at Carlyle Lake


Just an FYI because I don't know exactly where it was seen, but the St. L
Audubon group found a RED PHALAROPE at Carlyle Lake. NICE up close looks of
the bird (of course, I was not there,,,&^%$#) Tom Bormann got close

Also seen: SABINE'S GULL (juv), Bonaparte's gulls

Just a bit of a head's up if anyone is going over this weekend.

Charlene Malone
St. Louis co.

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