If you are birding in the Fayette Area at D.C. Rogers Lake or on your way 
through, there has been a white plumage Red-tail Hawk in the vicinity of the 
intersections of HWY 124 and HWY A for several years now.  It isn't always 
there of course, but has been reliable enough that I frequently get excited 
reports from folks that notice it. 

Directions:  From just south of Fayette, Take hwy 124 a few miles.  HWY A 
runs south from 124.  Just after turning onto HWY A and heading south, the 
best views are when the hawk is perched in the pasture on the right (west) 
just past the first house on A. 

Continue south on A to several parking lots for Moniteau Creek Conservation 
Area for more birding or just a safe turn-around spot.

Dr. Paul Porneluzi
Professor of Biology
Central Methodist University
411 Central Methodist Square
Fayette, Missouri  65248
(660) 248-6369
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