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Nothing new although it is interesting to note the ebb and flow of an area over time.

Blue Grosbeak Trail-
Rose-breasted Grosbeak-imm. Male
Nashville Warbler-2
Magnolia Warbler
Common Yellowthroats
Red-eye Vireo
White-eye Vireo-w/song
Indigo Buntings
Grey Catbirds
Cedar Waxwings-a lot of begging calls
Eastern Phoebes
Bank Swallows
Chimney Swifts-4
Red-shouldered Hawk
Blue Jay influx

Darst Bottom Road-
American Kestrel-2

A lot of farm equipment on the road to the Mo. river prevented a stop there.  We had an adult Bald Eagle on a sandbar there on Monday.

Lost Valley Trail-
Slow going but a few pockets of activity yielded:
Yellow billed Cuckoo
Golden-winged Warbler
Chestnut sided Warbler
Northern Parula
Northern Waterthrush
American Redstart-male
Red-eyed Vireo
Indigo Buntings
Ea. Phoebe
Possible Marsh Wren behind Beaver Pond.  

Carolina Wrens have been very vocal the last 3 weeks or so at all locations.

Bryan Prather
St. Louis Co., Mo


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