Date: 3/18/21 2:04 pm
From: June Newman <june...>
Subject: Re: In a lighter vein
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Several years ago, much too early in the season, I posted that I was hearing
a Northern Parula. I had not learned that Dark-eyed Juncos, late winter,
before they head north, often begin to sing. There's some remote
similarity; they both trill. But I should have known better, and I was
embarrassed at having ignored a basic tenet of birding, to consider always
what is likely, and not likely, in a given time and place. If you have a
copy of the MDC booklet, Enjoying Missouri's Birds, it's it's an
invaluable source
of information about what appears when.

June Newman
now in Chicago

On Thu, Mar 18, 2021, 1:25 PM Julie Lundsted <jlundste...> wrote:

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> How about the mistaken sounds?
> I remember one Christmas Bird Count with Jim D Wilson - we were searching
> Binder Lake, Cole County, for birds super early one morning.
> We heard a "clack" "clack" "clack". Jim got super excited- THAT'S A
> RAIL!!! Looking and looking.... heard the "clack" "clack" again....
>
> then ...
>
> We realized it was the Canda Geese as they were walking across the thin
> ice cracking it.
>
> Brought a smile to my face thinking of that on this dreary day!
>
> Julie Lundsted
>
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> I don't know how many times Larry Lade and I have spotted a Leaf Bird up
> in a tree! Probably the best, or worst, though was the "Cow Chip" bird at
> Quivira NWR. We were scanning a Praire Dog town for Burrowing Owls and
> there was a dried cow pile that had been turned up on it's side. Looked
> very "Owl Like" for a little while. Fun to remember those kind of things!
>
> Steve Kinder
>
>
> On Wednesday, March 17, 2021, 04:45:18 PM CDT, Dorcas Wanner <
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> Years ago in one of Bill Rowe's classes, on a field trip, he trained his
> scope on a duck far out on a pond. He invited each of us to look and
> identify the duck. We each dutifully looked and made our best guess. There
> were 8 or 10 of us. After much discussion, someone became suspicious.
> Sure enough it was a decoy!
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