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Penelope Hillemann <[log in to unmask]>
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Sat, 25 Aug 2012 12:34:35 -0500
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WeI saw three American Golden-Plovers this morning at the wet and muddy
field on the west side Highway 56 just south of Stanton (Hwy 19), along
with several dozen assorted Greater Yellowlegs, Semi-palmated Plovers,
Semi-palmated Sandpipers, Least Sandpipers, Pectoral Sandpipers and Stilt
Sandpipers (there may have been some Lesser Yellowlegs as well). The
numbers are down from a couple of days ago, but it was still good birding.
The Golden-Plovers flew in after we arrived and disappeared again after 20
minutes or so.

Penny Hillemann & Dave Keyes
Northfield


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