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Subject:Horned Larks at Rapids Lake Unit
From:Paul Kammen <[log in to unmask]>
Reply-To:Paul Kammen <[log in to unmask]>
Date:Sat, 19 Mar 2011 15:56:26 -0500

Took advantage of a beautiful afternoon to visit the nearby Rapids Lake Unit
in Carver. Activity was pretty quiet at the feeders; just black birds and
chickadees and some nuthatches, but on the dirt road coming in were horned
larks. One was kind enough to let me take a picture. There were also several
bald eagles overhead too. 

Was also at Coon Rapids dam yesterday, and saw three American Coots and a
male and female goldeneye, along with a young bald eagle flying overhead.
The ducks were near the western/Hennepin County side and easily visible from
the bridge. 

Have a great day and hope you are taking advantage of this beautiful last
day of winter. 
Father Paul

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