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Subject:Coon Rapids dam buffleheads
From:Thomas P. Malone
Reply-To:Thomas P. Malone
Date:Tue, 22 Mar 2011 18:40:15 -0500

A pair (male and female) of Buffleheads was at the dam at 1430 today. They, a number of H and C mergansers were in the scope, making for interesting comparisons.  
They, and a number of other ducks, were in the sheltered boat launching cove north of the dam on the east side.  
Thomas P. Malone 
Attorney at Law 
Barna Guzy & Steffen 
Minneapolis Minnesota 
(Via BlackBerry) 
----- Original Message ----- 
From: Minnesota Birds <MOU-NET@LISTS.UMN.EDU> 
Sent: Tue Mar 22 14:39:38 2011 
Subject: [mou-net] Aitkin County notes 
I just talked to my friends at Gun Lake. Their YELLOW-RUMPED WARBLER has  
made it through the winter. Not only that, but there is another  
YELLOW-RUMPED WARBLER that just showed up along with it -- a brightly  
colored male. Early migrant? Their BLACK-BILLED MAGPIES seem to be  
building a nest in a spruce tree outside their kitchen window. There was  
a BLACK-BILLED MAGPIE that flew by the courthouse in town a couple of  
days ago. I don't know what it was doing in town!!!! Quite a number of  
ducks, geese and swans showing up.  Warren Nelson 
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