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4/10/2013 Headed down this afternoon to search for the previously reported Cinnamon Teal, in Olmsted county with Marlene Dollive. We were at the Silver Creek Reservoir between 4:15 and 6:50 and did not relocate the Cinnamon Teal.  There were lots of Ducks coming in at the end of our stay, but poor light and rain.   Made viewing difficult during our visit.   I did get reports from a number of people that the Cinnamon Teal was observed in the early afternoon.  So it may be refound again tomorrow morning. There were lots of birds to look at while there.  Some of the species observed were: 10 species of Ducks including some Northern Pintail, American Wigeon and a couple American Black Ducks.Sandhill CraneEastern Phoebe - 50+Golden-crowned KingletRuby-crowned KingletFox Sparrow Craig MandelMinnetonka, Hennepin [log in to unmask]: [log in to unmask]
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Date: Wed, 10 Apr 2013 13:14:08 +0000
Subject: [mnbird] Olmsted County Cinnamon Teal refound




Chris Hockema called to inform me that brother John Hockema has relocated the Cinnamon Teal at the Silver Creek Reservoir Wednesday morning.  I believe he is viewing it from the north side (ie, 23rd St. NE just east of it's intersection with 55th Ave. NE).
Dedrick BenzWinona, MN 		 	   		  

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