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.and Bill Litkey just saw it at 10:40am a couple blocks away at the Cook Co courthouse on 5th Ave West. It was foraging for insects on the walls and roof of the building. In late fall, the surfaces of buildings are often the only places that insectivores can find food.  -Kim Eckert


On Oct 30, 2012, at 10:37 AM, Leslie Marcus wrote:

The cassin's kingbird and northern mockingbird were seen this morning at 8am. In the same area as reported yesterday: near the intersection of 3rd ave. west & 2nd st., Grand Marais. 
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