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Subject:Aitkin County on Tuesday
From:Warren <[log in to unmask]>
Reply-To:Warren <[log in to unmask]>
Date:Tue, 21 Feb 2012 16:11:51 -0600

I went out birding this afternoon. Although I couldn't find the Snowy 
Owl that has been north of Aitkin near the junction of C.R.1 and C.R.22, 
I did find a flock of 26 HORNED LARKS and a flock of at least 200 SNOW 
BUNTINGS on C.R.1 about a half mile to the east of the junction of C.R.1 
and C.R.22. There were also 2 ROUGH-LEGGED HAWKS just past  the 
buntings. I also had a flock of 14 TRUMPETER SWANSon the river with a 
RED-TAILED HAWK sitting in a tree over them on C.R.12, about five miles 
southeast of Aitkin. The COMMON REDPOLLS are everywhere in huge flocks. 
I have over a hundred at my feeders and they have gone through over 
eight pounds of thistle seed in just two days.Finally, a small flock of 
CEDAR WAXWINGS just flew over my house.   Warren Nelson

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