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We did not get there early enough for the warbler fall-out
in the AM (Dan had 23 species for the day with one not
counted that was a maybe, possible female B-T Blue)

Plenty of warblers still all along the roads at Crappie Cove
in South Shores SP in the late afternoon during solunar peak.
Dozen or so Turkeys

Lakewatch at the end of the day highlights:
- 20! RED-NECKED PHALAROPES seen on the lake
(2 groups of ten or so)
- a dark bird that was kiddingly labeled as a "Laughing Jaeger"
end of day, hazy skies and distance made this bird an unknown.

LESSER BLACK BACKED GULL - at the beach

Still plenty of shorebirds at White-tail Access.

NO Sabine's yet, but then i have not seen any reported in the Midwest.


Good birding,
Charlene Malone
St. Louis co.

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