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Subject:Fwd: Common Loons, Lake Byllesby, Goodhue Cty
From:Laura Coble <[log in to unmask]>
Reply-To:Laura Coble <[log in to unmask]>
Date:Wed, 14 Apr 2010 18:36:43 -0500

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> From: Laura Coble <>
> Date: April 14, 2010 6:35:22 PM CDT
> To: MN listserv <>
> Subject: Common Loons, Lake Byllesby, Goodhue Cty
> About 4:20 pm today, after the rain had stopped, I had excellent views of 4 C. Loons on Lake Byllesby, from the boat landing, southeast of Randoph. (From Hwy 88, drive 1 mile south of Randoph on Hwy 56; turn east on  Scotia Trail, a gravel road.  Follow the "Public Access" signs at the "T".) The lake was still, like glass, quite a contrast from yesterday, and most of today.
> Also viewed from the boat ramp and further west, from the beach:  small flocks of Bufflehead, Lesser Scaup, Ruddy Duck, and 3 Pied-billed Grebes.  At least 80 White Pelicans were resting near the shore, west of the boat landing, and small numbers of pelicans were scattered around that part of the lake.  
> At Lakeside Cemetery, I saw N. Shoveler, Bufflehead, 60 more W. Pelicans and a small flock of Tree Sparrows on their way north.  No shorebirds, though I didn't check farther west.  I also found an FOY Ruby-crowned Kinglet.  In the fields at the Industrial Park area north of Randoph, west of Hwy 56, were both Western and Eastern Meadowlarks.  I didn't find the Lapland Longspurs there today, though they were present yesterday.
> Laura Coble
> Cannon Falls, MN

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