Date: 7/18/22 3:08 pm
From: Carol Joan Patterson <0000003a0ccbe138-dmarc-request...>
Subject: Lake Sequoyah and Alma Wastewater - White Ibis and Black-bellied Whistling Ducks
White Ibis immatures were still at Lake Sequoyah on Friday, south of bridge.  American Lotus fragrance much nicer than chicken houses, who seem to be making themselves more known than usual  in this hot weather.  On trail, there were flowers blooming that looked like small brown-eyed Susans.  Does anybody know what these are?
Both these flowers were also blooming today at the Alma Wastewater Plant.  Many Black-bellied Whistling Ducks were present, and one White-winged Dove in a tree across the street.  Lily pond was about dry.

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