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I  was at the Sleepy Eye WTP's earlier today and there were still 2 American Avocets (there have been Avocets for an entire week - I can't recall that ever happening before) along with 5 Red-necked Phalarope, Stilt Sandpiper and other peeps. 
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From: Mark Palas <[log in to unmask]> 
Date: 05/30/2015  10:10 AM  (GMT-06:00) 
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Subject: [mou-net] White-eyed Vireo and Sleepy Eye sewage ponds 

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I'm interested in taking a trip tomorrow, to see if I can find the White Eyed Vireo, in New Ulm and would also like to take a side trip to the sewer lagoons In Sleepy eye.  Can anyone tell me if anything is being seen there as of late. Or today?

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Mark Palas
St. Paul
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