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Around 11:00 AM this morning there were at least 3 Marsh Wrens, maybe more, and one Nelson's Sparrow in front of the blind that sits on the east side of Heron Pond.  Also one House Sparrow and a report of a Sedge Wren on the trail leading to the blind.  I did not refind the latter.

Almost no shorebirds, save for one flying flock of seven that cruised over Heron Pond then disappeared.
 
John Solodar
St. Louis County, MO 63130


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