Date: 11/6/20 6:07 am
From: Michael <mplinz...>
Subject: Evening Grosbeaks in Missouri
Evening Grosbeaks are on the move. There are three reports in Missouri. Be on the lookout for them in Arkansas especially in north Arkansas. They like sunflower seed and travel in groups.

If you see one please report them as soon as possible! They were last seen in the state in the early ‘70s.

This one is the closest report to Arkansas at Alley Springs, MO on 11/2. Other reports due north on there on 11/4.

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Michael and Patty
The Roadrunners


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