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A Swainson's thrush was at Walter Woods Conservation Area on April 7, 
but I have no idea about doing "documentation"--I've just been a birder 
for over 40 years without getting into the technical.  Ronda Sherrill, 
Neosho, MO (SW MO)

On 4/10/2017 4:41 PM, Margy Terpstra wrote:
> This afternoon around 2 pm, I heard a Swainson's Thrush singing at least six times in the woods to the west.  I heard it again at 3:40 and finally it came into our woodland and I was able to photograph this early bird.  According to ShowMe-birds, the earliest spring record is April 14, 1983.  I will be documenting this one.
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> Heads up!  There are probably more early arrivals out there!
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> Margy Terpstra
> Kirkwood, St. Louis CO, MO
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