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the Purple Sandpiper was also seen later today in the same location (with 
again very close up views from the car), Thur. 10/20, in the mid-afternoon, 
up until at least 2:45 pm when 3 birders left the road.
Pete Hoeger

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From: "Karl Roe" <[log in to unmask]>
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Sent: Thursday, October 20, 2011 3:40 PM
Subject: [mou-rba] [mou-net] purple sandpiper in Swift Co.


The bird was still present at the same spot between 10 and 11 am today
(Thursday 10/20), active and feeding on both sides of the road. Thanks to
Denny and Barb Martin for the original post and to those who have posted
since!

-Karl Roe
Minneapolis

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