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A Black Rail was seen and heard yesterday and today by four observers from the elevated boardwalk at Rice Creek slough, just east of Rice Lake in Lino Lakes, Anoka County. In yesterday’s encounter, the bird was calling incessantly and loudly about 200 feet north of the southern end of the boardwalk. This is just north of the last large tree on the east side of the marsh. Today it called briefly from much farther to the east but still about the same distance north.
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