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Both of the terns were seen flying and diving for food from 745 to 810 PM. They sat on the mud in the south end of flooded area too. 

Regards don kienholz

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> On Aug 13, 2014, at 5:44 PM, "egretcman" <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
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> At 5:30 pm, both Least Terns are still present
> Craig mandel
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> From: dbmartin <[log in to unmask]>
> Date: 08/13/2014  11:59 AM  (GMT-06:00)
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> Subject: [mou-net] Least Terns - Rock County
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> Denny and I, along with Bob Janssen and Dave  Cahlander have been watching the 2 terns.and it looks like one is an breeding plumage adult and one is a juvenile.
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> Denny and I have continued to watch these  2 birds and saw the adult feed the juvenile, as of 12:00 PM (Noon).
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> Barb Martin
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