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Does anyone know if these birds-- and the wetland-- are still around, or
did the rain drive them off?  We'd love to go see them
Jeffrey Saffle
Washington County

On 5/18/14 9:08 AM, "Scott Meyer" <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

>Spent the day birding southern Goodhue County and Northern Wabasha County
>yesterday.  Highlights included a White-faced Ibis NE of the corner of
>Wabasha County 30 and N County Rd 24 near where one had been previously
>reported.  The Ibis was with a large flock of Ring-billed and Franklin's
>Gulls.
>
>Just to the east on 160th Avenue​, just South of N County Rd 24 the
>flooded
>field contained 5 Hudsonian and 4 Marbled Godwits, Least and Pectoral
>Sandpipers, Short-billed Dowitchers, Greater and Lesser Yellowlegs,
>Semipalmated Plover, Wilson Phalaropes, and Common Nighthawks flying
>around
>the area.
>
>Also birded Hok-Si-La Municipal Park North of Lake City in Goodhue County
>and found only 16 warbler species.
>
>Ended the day with 3 Tufted Titmice at the corner of Wood Ave and Green
>Street near the cemetery at Villa Maria by Frontenac.
>
>Scott B. Meyer
>Hennepin County
>Tamara Holmer
>Vicky Douglas
>Ramsey County
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