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Subject:Louisiana Waterthrush, Brown County
From:Bob Dunlap <[log in to unmask]>
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Date:Sat, 24 Apr 2010 14:29:23 -0500
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Around noon today I found a Louisiana Waterthrush foraging along a  
wooded stream just north of the small town(?) of Iberia in Brown  
County. Iberia is located a few miles south of Sleepy Eye on Hwy. 4  
then a couple miles east and north on CR 24 in the central part of the  
county. The main road through Iberia is a gravel road (260th Ave.),  
and if you follow this just past the north side of town you will come  
to a small wooded stream that goes under the road via a culvert; this  
is right before you go over a bridge which crosses a larger  
stream/river (Cottonwood River?). The bird was foraging here along the  
small stream mostly on the west side of the road. I was first alerted  
to the bird's presence by its call notes which it gave intermittently.  
I was able to get a few photos of the bird, one of which I have placed  
on the "Recently Seen" page.

This is apparently not a first county record, but the farther west you  
get in southern MN the more difficult this species is to find.

Bob Dunlap, Nicollet County

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