A good time was had by all.  Actually only me since no one showed up.
Anyway, I finished with 67 species between the two counties. Highlights
were the Nicollet Ross' Goose, Short eared owl in Nicollet, and as many as
two long eared owls in Sibley.

1. Ross's Goose-N
2. Canada Goose-S,N
3. Trumpeter Swan-S,N
4. Tundra Swan-S,N
5. Wood Duck-S
6. Gadwall-S,N
7. Mallard-S,N
8. Blue-Winged Teal-N
9. Northern Shoveler-S,N
10. Northern Pintail-S,N
11. Green-Winged Teal-S,N
12. Canvasback-S,N
13. Redhead-S
14. Ring-Necked Duck-S,N
15. Lesser Scaup-S,N
16. Common Goldeneye-N
17. Hooded Mergansder-S,N
18. Common Merganser-S,N
19. Ruddy Duck-N
20. Ring-Necked Pheasant-S
21. Wild Turkey-S
22. Double-Crested Cormorant-N
23. Great Blue Heron-N
24. Turkey Vulture-N
25. Bald Eagle-S,N
26. Northern Harrier-S,N
27. Sharp-Shinned Hawk-N
28. Cooper's Hawk-S
29. Red-Tailed Hawk-S,N
30. Rough-Legged Hawk-N
31. American Coot-S,N
32. Killdeer-N
33. Ring-Billed Gull-N
34. Rock Pigeon-S,N
35. Eurasian Collared Dove-N
36. Mourning Dove-S
37. Barred Owl-S
38. Long-eared Owl-S
39. Short-eared Owl-N
40. Belted Kingfisher-S
41. Red Bellied Woodpecker-S
42. Downey Woodpecker-S
43. Hairy Woodpecker-N
44. American Kestrel-S,N
45. Northern Shrike-S
46. Blue Jay-S,N
47. American Crow-S,N
48. Horned Lark-S,N
49. Black-capped Chickadee-S,N
50. White-breasted Nuthatch-S,N
51. Brown Creeper-N
52. Eastern Bluebird-S,N
53. American Robin-S,N
54. European Starling-S,N
55. American Tree Sparrow-S.N
56. Fox Sparrow-S,N
57, Song Sparrow-S-N
58. Dark-eyed Junco-S,N
59. Northern Cardinal-S,N
60. Red-Winged Blackbird-S,N
61. Eastern Meadowlark-S
62. Western Meadowlark-N
XX. Sturnella Meadowlark-S,N (15)
63. Common Grackle-S,N
64. Brown-headed Cowbird-N
65. House Finch-S,N
66. American Goldfinch-S,N
67. House Sparrow-S,N

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