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According to Ann Johnson of the Iowa list, the IOU spring meeting got 177 
species, beating KOS by 9 and ASM by 15. But Iowa had their floods last 
year. With less flooding, the ASM list would have been higher.

Bob Fisher
Independence, MO
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Subject: KOS spring meeting


> The Kansas Ornithological Society reports 168 species for the  weekend, 
> topping the ASM list by 6.  Guess we should have gone  swimming and 
> flushed some more ducks!
>
> Edge Wade
> Columbia, MO
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>
> Posted by Chuck Otte on the KS listserve:
>
> Following is the list of birds seen at the 2009 KOS Spring Field Trip to
> southeast Kansas.  These were the species reported at the compilation 
> from
> Crawford, Cherokee and Neosho counties.  Cheryl Miller kept track of 
> those seen
> on the trips to Missouri and I suspect that she will post those in  the 
> near
> future.  The Kansas list has 168 species plus "cuckoo species" - a  fly by 
> in
> front of the car that was a cuckoo - the observers were just not sure  if 
> it was
> Black-billed or Yellow-billed.  If anyone left early and has  additions, 
> please
> email them to me privately and if anything is too outlandish, I will 
> request
> details!  Thanks again to the great friends in Pittsburg who  organized 
> this and
> hosted us!
>
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