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Lyn Atherton posted this message to Brdbrains late last night.  I have not included her very identifiable image of the Curlew Sandpiper. Irene Hernandez  

Below is an image of the Curlew Sandpiper which Judy Fisher found this morning.  Hope it's present tomorrow for those who weren't able to go see it today.  The sandpiper was on private property which is in the process of being developed, so please keep scopes on the sidewalk and don't walk onto the property--for any reason.  There is another sidewalk farther down towards the interstate which runs along a man-made pond.  A representative of the developer, Grady Pridgen, Inc., said birders could walk on that sidewalk, too. But please walk only on the sidewalks, so that birders won't lose the privilege of observing the birds in this area.




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