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Blue Grosbeak Trail: Among the usual suspects, a very brown Blue Grosbeak male was singing at the top of a couple of trees right along the trail at the first little hill where the scenery opens up a bit. Henslow's Sparrows were singing just off the trail on the right fork, near the top of first hill there. (A windblown tree crosses the most of the path just past the fork, but it can be navigated.)
Weldon Spring Interpretive Center (Mount Doom accessed from HWY D): Prairie Warbler near the gate there, Henslow's Sparrows along the trail about 100 - 200 meters past the gate.Did not see the STFC.

Bob Bailey St. Louis, MO [log in to unmask] 		 	   		  
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