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So, a Scissor-tailed Flycatcher was seen on July 25th and the first mention
of it on MOU-NET or the MOU-RBA listserv was on July 30th - 5 days later
through the weekly RBA updates (same thing happened with the Worm-eating
Warbler earlier this year).  If it were not for the weekly recap and Diane's
posting, how many people would know about and be able to see this beautiful
bird.

Can someone tell me what the point of either listserv is if almost nobody
reports rare birds on it anymore?



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