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Ron Erpelding <[log in to unmask]>
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Ron Erpelding <[log in to unmask]>
Wed, 9 Jun 2010 15:23:52 -0600
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On Tuesday morning, June 8th thanks to information provided by Steve Weston
I was able to refind the Loggerhead Shrikes and Upland Sandpipers he
originally found in Western Yellow Medicine County on Saturday, May 29th.  I
also found a pair of Blue Grosbeaks at the same location as the Upland


Directions in Yellow Medicine County:


*	Loggerhead Shrikes - Western Yellow Medicine County on the Fortier
and Norman Township Line, approximately 2.8 miles south of MN Hwy 68, a pair
of Loggerhead Shrikes were seen on a power line above a Russian Olive or
Buffalo Berry Shrub (gray colored leaves) on the east side of 160th Street
approximately two thirds of the way up the hill from where the road crosses
a stream.


*	Upland Sandpipers - North Western Yellow Medicine County in Florida
Township, 4 miles north of MN Hwy 68 on Co Rd 14 and 1 mile west on 260th
Avenue  or 1 mile south of Co Rd 4 on Co Rd 14 and 1 mile west on 260th
avenue. The Upland Sandpipers were heard and seen in a pasture in the SE
corner of the 260th Avenue & 140th Street intersection.


*	Blue Grosbeaks - Seen in the same area as the Upland Sandpipers -
more specifically the pair was seen on the pasture fence and on the field
road adjacent to the pasture approximately 50 yards south of the 140th
Street & 260th Avenue intersection.


Ron Erpelding

Kandiyohi County  

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