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Program at Riverview Park For the Birds
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Hannibal Parks & Recreation
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Participants in the May bird identification program at Riverview Park catch sight of several different species of birds.
Participants in the May bird identification program at Riverview Park catch sight of several different species of birds.
By Mary Lynne Richards
Sept. 11, 2013 2:28 p.m.

The large variety of birds in Riverview Park will be the focus of a bird identification program Monday, Sept. 16.


Participants should meet at 8 a.m. at the Mark Twain Statue. Binoculars would be helpful. The program is free and sponsored by Hannibal Parks & Recreation Department.


Krista Noel, a Missouri Department of Conservation natural history biologist, will lead the program. She named several birds participants would likely see and hear. “We’ll probably see some woodpeckers, red-bellied, downy and red-headed, tufted titmice, Northern cardinals, chickadees, nuthatches, indigo buntings, American robins, mourning doves and wood pewees,” she said. 


“Then we may get lucky and see some vireos, red-eyed or yellow-throated, rose-breasted grosbeaks, Baltimore orioles or some warblers.  We’ll probably see turkey vultures again and maybe a red-tailed hawk.”


 

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