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Peder Svingen <[log in to unmask]>
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Peder Svingen <[log in to unmask]>
Sun, 4 Oct 2009 20:44:16 -0600
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Karl Bardon joined us at the 40th Ave West/Erie Pier area and after  
two hours of searching the entire area, we refound the White-winged  
Dove at approximately the same location at 6:05 PM. This time, it flew  
several hundred yards in a northwesterly direction and probably found  
a place to roost for the night. Karl was able to obtain an  
identifiable image of the dove in flight. The approximate GPS  
coordinates where it was originally found are as follows:
Other species of interest included a Smith's Longspur and a Le Conte's  
Sparrow -- one of 9 sparrow species at this location.

Peder Svingen
Duluth, MN

On Oct 4, 2009, at 4:40 PM, Kim R Eckert wrote:

> Peder Svingen just called to report that he and Cameron Rutt found a  
> White-winged Dove at the 40th Ave West Erie Pier area around 4:00  
> pm. It was seen near the far SW corner of the area where the large  
> sand piles are located, but they lost sight of it and were trying to  
> relocate it when he called.  Kim Eckert
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