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I was at the park this AM looking for the nite heron with no Luck! I person
saw it briefly before I arrived but none of the other birders could
relocate it by 9:30! Vic Lewis

On Monday, August 10, 2015, Peter Nichols <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

> I'm following up with more precise directions to the Hennepin Co.
> Yellow-crowned Night-Heron. (Yesterday I was typing from my phone and
> didn't actually know what area of the park I was in until I got home.)
>
> Shiloh Park is a small park in Plymouth, northwest of Parkers Lake and
> south of 55. The bird has been seen in or near the very southeastern
> portion of the park, on both sides of the stretch of trail that begins on
> 27th Ave. N., before you cross the footbridge.  It's been moving around
> various yards in the area, especially along the two ponds on the edge of
> the park.
>
> I haven't heard any updates yet today, but a non-birder resident who was
> present yesterday said she saw the bird a couple of weeks ago.  Thus,
> there's probably a good chance it's still around.
>
> Good luck.
>
> Peter Nichols
> Cottage Grove
> Washington County
>
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