Complete List
shorebirds: 2 species: Killdeer and Snipe
ducks: Ruddy, Blue-winged, Green-winged, Canada, White-front, Snow, Common
Merganser, Red-breasted Merganser, Ring-necked, Lesser Scaup, Canvasback,
Bufflehead, Gadwall, Mallard, Northern Shoveler
Sparrows: Fox, America Tree, Song, House, Eurasian Tree, Swamp?, Savannah
Blackbirds and allies: Eastern Meadowlark, Great-tailed grackle,
Brown-headed Cowbird, Red-winged blackbird, Common Grackle, rusty blackbird
Woodpeckers: Pileated, Downy, Hairy, red-bellied, Flicker
woodlot: tufted titmouse, northern cardinal, black-capped chickadee,
white-breasted nuthatch
Hawks: Bald Eagle, Red-tailed hawk, American Kestral, Red-shouldered hawk,
Prairie Falcon, Northern Harrier
Doves: eurasian collared -dove, mourning dove, rock pigeon
Gulls: ring-billed, herring
PrFa was an adult, seen within 100m on 3 separate poles and seen flying for
45 seconds total, on 3 separate occasions, returning in the end to the same
perch after two hunting excursions.

Good Birding
Dave Rogles
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On Sun, Mar 4, 2012 at 10:02 PM, David Rogles <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

> MoBirders,
> My bad, the computer seems to have a mind of its' own tonight-sending
> email without permission.
> Where was I?
> Oh we picked up the great-tailed grackles at the stables; we found about
> 50 snipe at Columbia Bottom-we also had snipe at Clarence Cannon, Winfield
> and Riverlands.
> We had the first of the season blue-winged teal at Columbia Bottom-I think
> we counted five.
> At Broemmelsiek our FOY birds included Eastern Phoebe, Yellow-rumped
> Warbler.  I think it was at Clarence Cannon where we had a gorgeous Hairy
> Woodpecker ( we had Pileated at Broemmelsiek and Northern Flicker.)
> Gulls have been scarce this year and we found nothing new and interesting,
> though the American Herring Gull might have been a FOY; haven't check it
> out.
> All totaled we had about 50 Rusty Blackbirds.
> Winfield has great shorebird habitat and had about 300 Killdeer. No peeps
> that we could find
> Dave Rogles
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> St. Charles Co
> On Sun, Mar 4, 2012 at 9:54 PM, David Rogles <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>> Tom and I tried for the Northern Shrike at Broemmelsiek.  Big no!.  We
>> did kick out a woodcock in one of the draws.
>> We worked the place over pretty good and compiled some nice new year
>> birds, but the shrike eluded.
>> Stuck we decided to wander up the 79 corridor

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