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According to Roberts (publication date 1932), the black-necked stilt is not
known to have nested in the state.

Interestingly, he notes that Canada Geese "have just about vanished as
breeding birds", and also "A number of Wild Turkeys were liberated in
various places in the state a few years ago, but there is nothing to
indicate that they survived."

Susan Tertell
Minneapolis


On Wed, May 28, 2014 at 10:53 AM, Derek Bakken <[log in to unmask]>wrote:

> Awesome news!
>
> Really cool that the people working for the city are excited and are
> willing to go out of their way to help.
>
> Some days it can seem like just about nobody cares about wildlife or the
> environment, but I've noticed that just about everyone gets excited when
> something rare happens near them.
>
> - Derek
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