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Subject:[mou-rba] MOU RBA 18 February 2011
From:Anthony Hertzel <[log in to unmask]>
Reply-To:Anthony Hertzel <[log in to unmask]>
Date:Fri, 18 Feb 2011 09:28:33 -0700
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-RBA
*Minnesota
*Minnesota Statewide
*February 18, 2011
*MNST1102.18

-Birds mentioned
Greater White-fronted Goose
Long-tailed Duck
Spruce Grouse
Bald Eagle
Northern Harrier
Thayer's Gull
Glaucous Gull
Great Black-backed Gull
Horned Lark
Bohemian Waxwing
Red-winged Blackbird
Rusty Blackbird
-Transcript

Hotline: Minnesota Statewide
Date: February 18, 2011
Sponsor: Minnesota Ornithologists' Union (MOU) http://moumn.org
Reports: (763) 780-8890
Compiler: Anthony Hertzel (rba@moumn.org) 

This is the Minnesota Birding Report for February 17th, 2011.

A SPRUCE GROUSE was found by Paul Roisen and David Lambeth on the 17th
along Lake County Road 2, about two miles north of the Sand River. They
also reported a flock of about 200 BOHEMIAN WAXWINGS on the 16th in the
town of Meadowlands near the Sax-Zim Bog of St. Louis County. A flock of
up to 500 was in Ely, St. Louis County, on the 17th along Main Street
near Pillow Rock, and as many as 800 were reported by Sparky Stensaas on
the 15th along Northfield Street near Woodland Avenue in Duluth.

On the 12th, Peder Svingen found GREAT BLACK-BACKED GULL, GLAUCOUS GULL,
and THAYER'S GULL at Canal Park in Duluth.

Jan Green reported a group of four LONG-TAILED DUCKS on the 17th at
Stoney Point in southeastern St. Louis County.

Spring migrants reports have been coming in slowly. GREATER
WHITE-FRONTED GEESE, NORTHERN HARRIERS, HORNED LARKS, RED-WINGED
BLACKBIRDS, and RUSTY BLACKBIRDS have all been seen moving north, and a
few BALD EAGLES are already incubating eggs in some southern parts of
the state.

The next scheduled update of this tape is February 24th, 2011.

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