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Spoonbill was at the ENTRANCE to Hazlet.
The Neo Cormorant must have moved from Peppenhorst to here.
The entrance to Hazlet area is where the Cormorants usually roost for the 
evening.

Further updates will be on IBET or IL Birder's Forum

I am outta' here.
Charlene Malone


Subject: IBET ROSEATE SPOONBILL at Carlyle Lake - Thurs. 6:00 pm
From: Travis Mahan <calidris_1004 AT yahoo.com>
Date: Thu, 30 Jul 2009 16:24:39 -0700 (PDT)

July 30, 2009
?
Hey all,
?
Keith McMullen, Mark Seiffert, and Dan Kassebaum pulled out yet another 
zinger
today (Thursday).? While watching the NEOTROPIC CORMORANT at the entrance to
Eldon Hazlet State Park, a ROSEATE SPOONBILL flew over them.? It was headed 
in
a northeastern direction to locations unknown.? Perhaps Whitetail Access?

?
Later,
?
Travis Mahan
Decatur, IL
Macon Co.

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