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Thanks all!  Appreciate the help!

Regards,
Lisa Saffell
@instagram.com/lisasaffell
@instagram.com/stl_birder

> On Jan 20, 2021, at 12:00 PM, Hazelwood, Susan <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
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> ´╗┐Lisa and others,
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> I suggest you go to https://mobirds.org/Locations/SiteDetail.aspx?id=1098. This is one of many site guides produced by Edge Wade. They can be found on the Missouri Birding Society's web page under the Birding Locations tab. I think the Bradford Farm description there gives you all the info you need to find your targeted birds.
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> BTW, FWIW, the Northern Shrike seems more easily found in the morning. It goes to bed mid-afternoon based on when others find this bird. Unfortunate as it makes for a longer day in order to see the Northern Shrike and the Short-eared Owls on the same trip.
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> Good Birding, Susan
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> Susan Hazelwood
> Columbia, MO
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> Can anyone tell me where to find the northern shrike at Bradford farm?  I have driven through there one time and felt very discombobulated to say the least. Not sure where I can actually go and where I am not allowed to go.  With that said the one time I was there I drove through the area where the buildings and office are located.  Headed there soon. Thanks in advance for the help!
> 
> Regards,
> Lisa Saffell, St. Louis 
> @instagram.com/lisasaffell
> @instagram.com/stl_birder
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