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Thanks, Chuck.

On Mon, Mar 9, 2020 at 10:50 AM Charles Kirkpatrick <[log in to unmask]>
wrote:

> Bill,
> SLAS calendar is updated.
>
> All,
> This is spring break week at slu and we are camping Tuesday-Friday.  If we
> have cell service I can make small web/calendar changes if needed.  If no
> cell service I will take care of things when we get back on Friday (or
> earlier if there is lots of rain).
> Chuck
>
> On Sun, Mar 8, 2020 at 8:53 AM William Rowe <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>
>> To St. Louis area birders (and others who may want to join us):
>>
>> Our next field trip offering is this coming Saturday:
>>
>> WHAT:     Half-day field trip, until noon
>>
>> WHEN:     Saturday, March 14 (6 days from now)
>>
>> WHERE:   Horseshoe Lake, IL. Take I-64/70 across the Poplar Street
>> bridge. Take Exit 6 and turn left onto route 111 heading north. Go about 2
>> miles to the state park entrance on your left. Meet at the fist parking lot
>> on your right.
>> MEETING TIME:  8:00 a.m.
>>
>> TENTATIVE PLAN: We will cover the main part of Horseshoe Lake as well as
>> weather permits, watching for waterfowl, gulls, possibly migrant loons
>> and grebes, and of course all the land birds we can find in the vicinity;
>> this may involve some easy walks, again dependent on weather. Later in the
>> morning we may drive around to the west side of Horseshoe Lake to check
>> that area.
>>
>> WHO:  Everyone is welcome, whether a member of St. Louis Audubon Society
>> or not.
>>
>> CONDITIONS:  Please dress appropriately for whatever weather is
>> predicted. At this writing, the forecast is for a temperature range in the
>> 40's with some wind and a probability of some rain (they are calling it
>> 50%). IF THERE IS A MAJOR CHANGE in this forecast to suggest a steady
>> all-morning rain, I WILL POST AN UPDATE ON THURSDAY OR FRIDAY. If you
>> see no update, the trip is a go.
>>
>> LEADERS:  Myself and possibly other members of the leader group.
>>
>> Bill Rowe
>>
>> St. Louis
>>
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>>
>>

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