Date: 3/17/21 9:15 am
From: therese haenni <0000000915e91be8-dmarc-request...>
Subject: Riverlands today
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There is a mixed flock of American golden plovers and pectoral sandpipers on the mud flats and Ellis Bay about 100 yards short of the observation tower. There were also three American pipits wandering around near this flock. There is also an early osprey perched high up in a tree on Ellis island, it has been bumped off its perch a couple times by a mature  bald eagle.       Dave Haenni. Des Peres, MO

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