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From:Thomas P. Malone
Reply-To:Thomas P. Malone
Date:Mon, 21 Feb 2011 13:05:14 -0600

A SONG SPARROW is spending the Winter at the Nature Center feeders at Hyland Lake Park (Three Rivers) in Bloomington. The bird has been present all winter is there today.  
----- Original Message ----- 
From: Minnesota Birds <MOU-NET@LISTS.UMN.EDU> 
Sent: Sun Feb 20 10:36:28 2011 
Subject: [mou-net] RFI: Arkansas birder visiting northern MN 
Hello everyone, 
I decided to redeem some of my airline miles and have booked a flight   
this Wednesday to Minnesota for some winter birding in the North   
Woods.  I will be in MN until the following Tuesday, and I am planning   
on spending the first couple days at the Sax-Zim bog area.  My target   
species are: 
Great Gray Owl 
Northern Hawk Owl 
Boreal Owl 
White-winged Crossbill 
Hoary Redpoll 
Sharp-tailed Grouse 
Long-tailed Duck 
The owls are my most-wanted, although I have low expectations for   
Boreal.  If anybody has any specifics on recent locations of these   
species it would be greatly appreciated.  I'm not limiting myself to   
the Sax-Zim bog area, after a few days there I am considering heading   
either to the NW part of the state or out along the north shore of   
Lake Superior. 
Thank you, 
Abby Darrah 
Fayetteville, AR 
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