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(3)Sneed At Ft. Peck you should check out the Downstream Campground and Kiwanis Park for Orchard Orioles and other passerines. There are two city parks in
(3)I saw a redheaded today in medicine rocks state park, will e bird when I have better service. Sent from my Verizon 4G LTE Smartphone ...
(4)Mike, I am guessing it was sainfoin. It is a legume that is often used instead of alfalfa. At one time we lived out by Townsend on few acres and I had a
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(6)Cole Jesse’s answer was a good explanation of the process. You should be corresponding with the reviewer to find the particular sticking points of the
(9)My wife and I did see the Alder Flycatcher, but not the Palm Warbler on Sunday afternoon.Gary SwantDeer Lodge Sent via the Samsung Galaxy S7, an AT&T 4G LTE
(5)Sneed, MOB, Snooping in eBird I just noticed that the checklist at the Orange map pin that comes up with a Lewis's Woodpecker "Species Maps
(3)Sneed, Thanks much! Mike From: MOB-Montana@yahoogroups.com [mailto:MOB-Montana@yahoogroups.com] Sent: Monday, June 12, 2017 3:22 PM To:
(4)I too thoroughly enjoyed your report Mike. I need to take the time to write one now and again, as I'm spending a lot of time in Musselshell county lately!
(99)MOB, well I checked out Freezout this late afternoon. I did see some of what Mike saw but the sun did not help me. New birds for this year are-- saw one
(6)This morning from 0915 to 1100 two found no gcsp at nichols creek. Not even one seep call. I don't think it likes snow. stan heath
(80)Hi Sneed, A big thank you I really appreciate your comments. Good birding Larry Carter On Monday, May 8, 2017 4:48 PM, "Sneed Collard email@example.com
(11)Hello Mob, Mary Alke and I had a wonderful visit to Benton Lake and Freezout. We saw many common species and a whole lot of migrants moving through Montana. We
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