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The previously discussed Fork-tailed Flycatcher has not been seen since November 25th (present since 18 November). Still, the homeowner is happy to have people come and take a look if they keep to the road. Please do not enter the fields or driveways for any reason.

From I-35 in central Pine County, exit at Finlayson (Banning Junction) and go west on state highway 23.
After about a mile, the road ends at a T, which is Pine County Road 61. Turn north.
In about half a mile, you'll reach Leese Road.
The flycatcher should be looked for in the fields north of Leese and east of 61.

Anthony Hertzel
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