Message from Birder Tom McClarren
Favorite Spot

South City   1100 Bellerive Blvd back yards of all residents on block.

Peeping Tom status remains high for feathered friends as well as squirrels, cats, dogs, rabbits, racoon, opossum.
Birds recently seen this winter:

Red-breasted Nuthatch
White-breasted Nuthatch
Cooper's Hawk
White-throated Sparrows
Northern Mockingbirds
American Robins
Black-capped Chickadee
Canada Geese flying over
Downy Woodpeckers
Blue Jay
Carolina Wren
Cardinal by the dozen
House Finch
American Goldfinch
House Sparrows
American Crow
Great Horned Owl

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From: Chrissy McClarren <[log in to unmask]>
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Sent: Sun, Jan 31, 2010 9:27 am
Subject: Favorite pots to bird/locally/state-wide/seasonally

Dear Mobirders,
I thought it would be of interest to everyone on the list (new and experienced 
irders), to hear from each other what our favorite (mostly) Missouri birding 
pots are...and maybe a bit on why - even if the list has done this before.
So, for whoever is game, would you share your treasured birding spots: 
1. near where you live, 
2. around the state (including Illinois or nearby places bordering Missouri) and 

. what season these places are best to bird in?  
4. I think highlighting birds you've seen there would add interest, too, like 
rare this" or "first that" or "reliably seen here" most often, etc. 
5. And, if you want to add a few far off places that you think someone shouldn't 
iss before they die, please add that.
hris McClarren
t. Louis South City
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