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-RBA *Minnesota *Minnesota Statewide *November 3, 2005 *MNST0511.03 -Birds mentioned
Hotline: Minnesota Statewide
Date: November 3, 2005
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Compiler: Anthony Hertzel
Transcriber: Anthony Hertzel (firstname.lastname@example.org)
This is the Minnesota Birding Report for Thursday, November 3rd.
Mike Hendrickson found a PACIFIC LOON on October 30th in Duluth at 31st Street South of Park Point, and the Pacific Loon reported from Two Harbors, Lake County, was relocated on the 29th by Peder Svingen near 1st Street and South Avenue.
Frank Nicoletti reports that three NORTHERN HAWK OWLS have been seen in the Sax-Zim Bog area of St. Louis County between October 21st and 25th, including one bird along county road 788.
A SNOWY OWL was found on October 28th in Saginaw, St. Louis County, at the junction of US Highway 2 and state highway 194.
Also on the 28th, Al Gens spotted a LOGGERHEAD SHRIKE at the Coon Rapids Dam Regional Park in Hennepin County. It was between Cenaiko Lake and the Mississippi River.
Jesse Ellis found a NORTHERN MOCKINGBIRD at the Osakis sewage ponds in Douglas County on the 30th.
And a SUMMER TANAGER was found in Cook County on the 30th by Denny and Barb Martin along state highway 61, a quarter mile west of the west end of the Croftville Road.
The next scheduled update of this tape is Thursday, November 10th.
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