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Josh Wallestad <[log in to unmask]>
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Josh Wallestad <[log in to unmask]>
Fri, 17 Jun 2016 15:36:20 -0600
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Arctic Tern still present at 4:15 on the beach on the north side of the
western pond.

Black-necked Stilts also still present at 4:30. Correction to previous
location: they are North of MN 28 on the southern end of the pond on the
east side of 770th Ave (CR 61).

On Friday, June 17, 2016, Bob Ekblad <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

> Found an Arctic Tern in Big Stone County today at the location where the
> Black-necked Stilts were recently reported (but not found today). The bird
> is on the west side of CR61 just south of 290th St. It has been seen flying
> and standing on the beach on the north side of the pond. It has a short
> blood red bill w/o any black on the tip, extremely short legs, a grayish
> breast and a mantle that is darker than typical Common or Forester's
> Terns.  Seen by Bob Ekblad, Diane Anderson and Josh Watson. Photos taken -
> including several taken close up.
> Sent from Bob Ekblad's iPhone
>  507-269-7436
> Byron, MN - Olmsted County
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