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Re: RMBS GREAT Black-backed gull continues (and more)FYI from Keith McMullen

Charlene Malone
St. Louis co.

P.S. We had an adult Thayer's/Kumlien's Gull that was of MUCH debate at the
"spillway".
All the gulls took off for a gull roost south of RMBS.
Most of the swans and geese left too, probably for the River at the Sioux
Plant.
- Had two GREAT HORNED OWLS on trees in Ellis Lake..! (slough along Hwy 67).

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From: Mcmullen, Keith A MVS
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Sent: Saturday, January 24, 2009 4:13 PM
Subject: Re: RMBS GREAT Black-backed gull continues (and more)


Hi Charlene,
Greetings from a balmy (24 degrees) Riverlands. I did relocate the GBB Gull,
2 Iceland, both 1st W, a 1st W LBB Gull and an adult, but I could not get a
Glaucous, although I thought I had one on the lock wall. All of these were
seen from the IL side.
Good birdings and stay warm.
Keith

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Sent: Sat Jan 24 09:40:31 2009
Subject: RMBS GREAT Black-backed gull continues (and more)

Heard through the grapevine that the GREAT BLACK-BACKED GULL at Riverlands
continues.
Sounds like it is around the Dam lock walls on both sides, so an IL bird.

On Friday at RMBS, Dave Rogles had all the gulls already being reported.

11 degrees outside.
Maybe I will bird from the living room. ;-)

Charlene "seen what" Malone
St. Louis co.

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