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I forgot to mention the Crested Caracara that is a new species on the Missouri List, but it has only been seen once and in SW Missouri. So we have 25 species of diurnal raptors in Missouri. There are nine owls also, and several can be seen or heard at both locations. 

Brad

On Fri, Sep 1, 2017 at 1:00 PM, Chris Corben <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
A friend is interested in seeing some hawks migrating, and I wondered if there any good sites in Missouri, especially not too far from Columbia. Any hints? I have watched hawks migrating down the Missouri R at EBCA in the past, but it was pretty slow!


Cheers, Chris.


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Chris Corben.

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