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The four Smith's Longspurs are still in the same area that Brad found them
yesterday. Got good looks at one individual walking around. He was still
there when I left at 10:40 am.

Dave Webb
Madison County, IL


On Mar 4, 2018 1:59 PM, "Robert Jacobs" <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

Five Smith's Longspurs were in the three-awn grass patch along the south
central gravel road. They returned to the same area quickly after I flushed
then. Three American Pipits were in the plowed fields in the NW quadrant
north of the west lake.
There was a  Brewer's/Rusty Blackbird in the Common Grackle flock in the
Gene Zoo area. It looked and walked like a Brewer's but the light was poor
and I can't be sure from the  photos.

Brad Jacobs
Boone County

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