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As of 2:00 PM the Great Black-backed Gull is still visible from Cora Island Road. I parked where the pavement ends and gravel begins, then walked 100 yards out onto Cora Island Road. Bird just flew, and is now closer to the road.

Diane Bricmont 
STLCO

On Tue, Aug 13, 2019, 10:14 AM Cornelius Alwood <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
Tom Caraway refound  Bill Rowe’s GBBG on Cora Island Rd. It is standing in the middle of the road with Ring-bills. Doug Hommert has photos.
Connie Alwood
St. Louis Co.

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