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Thanks for posting about the Sabine's Gull, all.  I made it out after receiving another update today.  Gull was exactly where Bob Dunlap said it was.  Watched for about 45 minutes before it flew another 20 yards away from the road.  Was located in the central part of the western pond.

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Gavin Anderson
St. Louis Park

> On Sep 11, 2016, at 14:32, Bob Dunlap <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
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> The juvenile Sabine's Gull is currently present in the westernmost pond at
> the Albany W.T.P. The bird is only ten yards or so out from the fence just
> north of the dirt road.
> 
> Bob Dunlap
> bobthebirdman.com
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