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I’ll take a Mississippi Kite to go…. | Search and Serendipity

I’ll take a Mississippi Kite to go….

2007 May 3
by David J. Ringer

DUNCANVILLE, TEXAS — One wonderful thing about being a birder is that winged surprises can show up at any moment, even on a frustrating afternoon of chores and errands. A Western Kingbird hovered near an intersection. A Mississippi Kite soared over a cemetery. Those trees would be a good spot for a nest….

After work, I birded Joe Pool briefly and found three singing Painted Buntings and a couple of Lincoln’s Sparrows but no warblers.

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