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That Herbst road spot is great. I had a couple of Black-bellied Plovers
there in the spring.

Jared Gorrell
Illinois

On Sun, 22 Jul 2018, 8:39 pm therese haenni, <
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> Decided to check Monroe county today for shorebirds and found very little
> habitat. The only good spot was where the railroad tracks cross Herbst
> road. There were about 50 shorebirds here, mostly Killdeer, but also a few
> yellowlegs, some Peeps, a Solitary sandpiper, and a  Pec. There were also a
> few spots with swallows staging on the wires, mostly Cliff Swallows (No
> Cave Swallow for me). Other birds of note were Mississippi Kite, Bald Eagle
> and and Blue Grosbeak.
>
> Dave Haenni
> Des Peres, MO
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