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How about those phalaropes!

Dr. Dan Witt

Wilsons Phalaropes

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I hope this is the start of something very, very good!  We finally got some moisture-- not nearly enough to restore our beloved marsh, but a start is most welcome!
I have driven through the Bottoms several times lately.  The "dabs" of water are holding a few shore birds, and there are lots of reptiles and critters out and about.
One of my very favorite shore birds is the Wilson's phalarope.  These are beautiful smaller birds and have some very unique characteristics.  Most of the other phalarope's spend their time at sea.  These birds migrate through Kansas in ...

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