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Forwarding for Scott Schuette:
Cuivre River SP:

Least Flycatcher 1 (5/3)
Philadelphia Vireo 1 (5/4)
Veery 1 (5/3)
Gray-cheeked Thrush 6 (5/3) and 1 (5/4)
Swainson's Thrush 30+ (5/3) and 5+ (5/4)
Golden-winged Warbler 1 (5/3) and 3 (5/4)
Chestnut-sided Warbler 3 (5/3) and 1 (5/4)
Black-throated Green Warbler 2 (5/3) and 2 (5/4)
Blackburnian Warbler 1 (5/3)
Prairie Warbler 2 (5/4)
Blackpoll Warbler 2 (5/3) and 1 (5/4)
Cerulean Warbler 2 (5/4)

BK Leach CA (5/4):

Ring-necked Duck 1 (near HQ at Kings Lake)
Lesser Scaup 1 (near HQ at Kings Lake)
Hooded Merganser 20 (Kings Lake and Bittern Basin)
Common Merganser 2 (along Hwy. M at Kings Lake)
Ruddy Duck 2 (central dike at Bittern Basin and Kings Lake)
American Bittern 1 (central dike at Bittern Basin)
Least Bittern 1 (central dike at Bittern Basin)
Snowy Egret 2 (central dike at Bittern Basin)
King Rail 1 (central dike at Bittern Basin)
Sora 7 (central dike at Bittern Basin)
Marsh Wren 5 (central dike at Bittern Basin)
Palm Warbler 1 (Original Unit)
Northern Waterthrush 2 (bridge over Kings Lake along Hwy. M)
Lark Sparrow 3 (Original Unit)
Grasshopper Sparrow 3 (Kings Lake)
Nelson's Sharp-tailed Sparrow 1 (central dike at Bittern Basin)


Cannon NWR (5/4):

Dunlin 5
Forster's Tern 4
Bobolink 3

Winfield Lock and Dam 25:

Don't even bother, the water is close to flood stage and there aren't any birds around.

There are still a lot of ducks around and the moist soil units at Leach (particularly Bittern Basin) and Cannon look really good but there just aren't any shorebirds in the area to take advantage of them.  I had a lazy 130+ species on Thursday combining a late morning at Cuivre and a short afternoon at Leach so there are definitely plenty of birds around.



Scott
 Joshua Uffman
St. Louis County, MO
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