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As Jackie already noted - 'usually' Busch CA (St. Charles Co.) has quite a few large flocks of Cedar Waxwings througout the winter months.  I have been out quite a bit in St. Louis and St. Charles Counties already this year, until this past Sunday morning I had not seen a single Cedar Waxwing.  With that said, I saw ONE at Busch CA near the Fallen Oak Nature Trail.  I assume this is a case of them having gone much further south this winter season.  I am sure the one at Busch would enjoy the company of the two needing to be released.

Also, saw the Sandhill Crane at its usual location (Howell Island CA - Parking Lot, St. Louis Co.) yesterday on my way home from work, but did not see it there today.

Josh
 Joshua Uffman
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From: Jackie Chain <[log in to unmask]>
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Sent: Tue, January 26, 2010 5:47:02 PM
Subject: Re: Cedar waxwings


Fair sized flocks often show up at Busch CA, but haven't spent much time there this winter, and when I have gone, didn't see any waxwings.  Will post if I spot more than three or four at a time anywhere in the area.

Jackie Chain   St Louis County   [log in to unmask]

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>From: Carol Kershner <[log in to unmask]>
>Subject: Cedar waxwings
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>Date: Tuesday, January 26, 2010, 11:10 AM
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>We have two cedar waxwings that are ready for release.  I’m hoping to find a foraging flock they could join.  Has anyone spotted waxwings in the St. Louis metropolitan area, or St. Charles or Jefferson county?
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>Carol Kershner 
>Executive Director 
>Wild Bird Rehabilitation 
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