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I did some midday birding yesterday (6/24) at Frontenac State Park (Goodhue Co.) and 
found a singing BELL'S VIREO right behind the entrance station.  Other 
highlights included numerous DICKCISSELS and PURPLE MARTINS around the 
station and along the Prairie Trail, a probable HENSLOW'S SPARROW 
singing in the grass along the same trail, and two singing PROTHONOTARY 
WARBLERS on the Sand Point Trail, just before the boardwalk becomes 
submerged.

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