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(Posted by Daniel Orr <[log in to unmask]> via moumn.org)

The Arctic Tern was still sitting on the mud flat along the North shore of the 
marsh where Bob Ekblad found it. The Black-necked Stilts had moved to the 
marsh on the west side of CR 61and just north of Hwy 28.
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