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We had our first of the year Broad-winged fly over the house this morning
about 10:30. Also first of year Cedar Waxwings here in the yard today too.

Jack and Shirley Foreman
Rocky Ridge birders
Leslie Mo.

On Sun, Apr 9, 2017 at 4:43 PM, chris barrigar <[log in to unmask]>
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> Between 10 am and 1 pm there were at minimum 15 Broad-winged Hawks between
> Binder Lake, Jefferson City and 16 miles west to Russellville. Along with
> those, 2 Osprey, 3 Cooper's Hawks, countless Turkey Vultures all appearing
> to soar northward on this south wind.
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> Keep looking up!
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> Chris Barrigar
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> Cole Co.
> Russellville, MO
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