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Kim R Eckert <[log in to unmask]>
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Kim R Eckert <[log in to unmask]>
Mon, 21 Dec 2009 10:19:02 -0700
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The Black-headed Grosbeak is still present in Duluth, with  
observations at 3 different times this morning between 7:45 and 11:00.  
This is now the 4th consecutive day this first-county-record  
individual has been present. Before visiting the feeders, please be  
sure to follow the guidelines posted on Saturday evening:

- The address is 6219 E Superior St: take Hwy 61 through Duluth to  
60th Ave East, turn left and go 2 blocks to Superior St, then turn  
right to 6219 (which is located on the inland side of Superior St).
- Please park on Superior St (not in the driveway).
- Because of limited visibility into the backyard (where the feeders  
are) and to avoid disturbing the bird, the homeowners have asked that  
NO MORE THAN FIVE PERSONS visit at any one time.
- Walk quietly up the driveway, and, before coming to the garage, walk  
left to the back door and watch the feeders as you stand quietly on  
the sidewalk between the driveway and the back door. Please do not go  
any farther up the driveway, or into the backyard, or closer to the  
- Do not stand and watch by the garage, since this is too close to the  
- Do not call the homeowners in advance or knock on the door; anyone  
is welcome without prior  arrangement, again, as long as no more than  
5 persons are present at a time.
- The homeowners, Pat and John Thomas, thank you all in advance for  
your cooperation! Please feel free to give me a call at 218 349 5953  
if you have any questions.

Kim Eckert

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