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Doug Kieser <[log in to unmask]>
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Sun, 25 Jul 2010 13:35:33 -0600
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Early this afternoon there were 5 Buff-breasted Sandpipers present at the Harley's sod farm northeast of North Branch, specifically in the field on the north side of 400th street,  0.6 miles east of Hemingway Ave. (opposite a dried-out field).  There were also 30 Killdeer here, and 3 Baird's Sandpipers in the dried-out field.  Scope is recommended.
Earlier I had observed 10 warbler species in Anoka county, migrants included 1 adult male Northern Parula, two Tennessees, and 4 Nashvilles.  1 "Brewsters" type hybrid was seen, it resembled Sibley's illustration of "Brewster's backcross adult male", but had the full Golden-winged Warbler wing-panels - a very striking bird.

Doug Kieser

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