I visited Two Rivers NWR and walked the road (Currently closed to autos) on the east side between Swan lake and the Illinois river.  At 12:00 pm about one mile north of the parking lot at the pumping station I viewed a Marbled Godwit and two American Avocets. There were 100+ pectoral sandpaper and numerous peeps and killdeer between the pumping station and the parking lot. Surprisingly there were only killdeer when I passed through that area in the morning.

Dave Webb, Madison Co., IL

On Sep 1, 2015 7:25 PM, "Charlene Malone" <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

Got the below msg from Keith McMullen.
BTW, it use to be called Swan Lake NWR but now Two Rivers NWR,
located just off the Brussels Ferry that goes across the IL River.
(unless they changed it back without me knowing)

Good birding this week, weekend.
Charlene Malone
St. Louis co.
Hi Charlene, : I was told this morning that the USFWS folks are
pumping at Swan Lake NWR in Calhoun County and there are tons of shorebirds already
there! Not sure when they started pumping but with the weather pattern (hot and dry),
there should be good habitat and hopefully good numbers for this Holiday weekends' birding!

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