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On Saturday June 16th, the Burroughs Audubon trip to this wooded river found 
43 species.  We found a Phoebe nest with three young.

The area has had extensive bush honeysuckle removal.  The Acadian 
Flycatchers were much more abundant in areas where honeysuckle was gone.

Don Arney
Kansas City


      Mallard 3
      Great Blue Heron 1
      Green Heron 1
      Turkey Vulture 9
      Red-shouldered Hawk 2
      Yellow-billed Cuckoo 5
      Barred Owl 2
      Ruby-throated Hummingbird 1
      Belted Kingfisher 3
      Red-bellied Woodpecker 18
      Downy Woodpecker 4
      Northern Flicker 1
      Pileated Woodpecker 2
      Eastern Wood-Pewee 8
      Acadian Flycatcher 9
      Eastern Phoebe 6
      Great Crested Flycatcher 4
      White-eyed Vireo 2
      Yellow-throated Vireo 1
      Red-eyed Vireo 10
      Blue Jay 8
      American Crow 20
      Northern Rough-winged Swallow 1
      Black-capped Chickadee 21
      Tufted Titmouse 23
      White-breasted Nuthatch 5
      Carolina Wren 16
      Blue-gray Gnatcatcher 7
      American Robin 25
      Gray Catbird 1
      Brown Thrasher 1
      Cedar Waxwing 5
      Northern Parula 12
      Louisiana Waterthrush 1
      Common Yellowthroat 1
      Summer Tanager 4
      Scarlet Tanager 1
      Northern Cardinal 21
      Indigo Bunting 26
      Common Grackle 10
      Brown-headed Cowbird 9
      Baltimore Oriole 3
      American Goldfinch 20

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