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Blue Grosbeak Trail was active this morning:
Palm Warbler
Wilson's Warbler
Orange Crowned Warbler
Northern Parula
Common Yellowthroats-some singing
American Redstarts
Magnolia Warbler

Rose breasted Grosbeaks-influx
Ea. Wood Pewee
Ea. Phoebe
Several unidentified empids
Ea. Kingbirds

Indigo Bunting
Field Sparrow

Catbirds, Thrashers, Mockingbirds

About 55 Blue wing Teal at the ponds
Pied-billed Grebe-2
Green Heron

Chimney Swifts-4
Bank Swallow-8

White eyed Vireo-song and chatter

Darst Bottom Road-took a road to the Missouri River:
Blue winged Teal~ 150 on the water hugging a sandbar
Killdeer-4
Great Blue Heron-2
Great Egret-1 flyover
Turkey Vulter-23
Canada Goose-8 w/2 landing next to the ducks

Along the tree line behind us:
Yellow throated Warbler-2
Black and White Warbler
Nashville Warbler
Tennessee Warbler
Chestnut Sided Warbler
Wilson's Warbler
American Redstarts
Ea. Phoebe
Willow/Alder Flycatcher
Acadian Flycatcher
Indigo Bunting

Lost Valley Trail- active until the winds changed and then quiet.
Warblers mirrored Darst Bottom Road with the addition of Magnolia Warbler and several UFOs.
White-Eyed Vireos
Osprey Flyover
Flycatchers strong here, too.  

Our most active day this fall.

Bryan Prather
St. Louis Co., Mo





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