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Only found one of the three RUDDY TURNSTONEs reported yesterday by Boris
Chevone.  It was down stream on the left, viewed from the bridge and from
the Eagle Trail. Morning is not the best time to go up Sandy Slough, too
much glare from the back lighting for photos.  Did see three Semipalmated
Plover and other peeps not recognizable. 

Photos here
http://www.photosbyat.com/gallery/9245145_5a9hE

samples
http://www.photosbyat.com/photos/617282611_MYEkX-L-1.jpg
http://www.photosbyat.com/photos/617299078_KbuyV-L-1.jpg

Sod farms at Keetman and Lewis Rd nothing.
Leach only couple pecks, Yellow Warbler, few Mallards and 3 young Woodies.

Al Smith
Bridgeton, St. Louis County
http://www.photosbyat.com
http://MoBirds.smugmug.com (admin)

On Tue, 11 Aug 2009 10:00:18 -0500, Charlene and Jim Malone
<[log in to unmask]> wrote:

>AL Smith called and left a msg:
>
>RUDDY TURNSTONES still at the Winfield Lock and Dam.
>They are just south of the L & D.
>
>No mention of Buff-breasteds.
>
>Good shorebirding,
>Charlene Malone
>St. Louis co.

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