After seeing a total of 3 Red-necked Phalarope at the Sleepy Eye WTP's from 8-1-11, their numbers have peaked over this weekend. Yesterday there was a flock of 28 and today that flock grew to 52. I don't recall ever seeing that many at the ponds. Also, there was a single Buff-breasted Sandpiper in a mowed alfalfa field on the south side of County Rd. 22, exactly one mile east of the intersection of Hwy. 4. This is in Albin Township.
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