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Veteran bird-watcher Allen Yow of Jacksonville looks for birds Saturday north of Meredosia during the annual spring bird count in Morgan County, which was part of a two-day statewide effort to record bird populations. Allen Yow of Jacksonville got up at 5 a.m. Saturday to pursue one of his passions — bird-watching. “I started off at the Emma Mae Leonhard Wildlife Sanctuary at Lake Mauvaisterre, where I spotted a great crested flycatcher and an American redstart, which is a type of warbler,” Yow said. “They are commonly seen birds in central Illinois at this time of the year.” Yow, a Jacksonville attorney who has been an avid bird-watcher for 40 years, was among six people who participated in Saturday’s annual spring bird count in Morgan County. The bird census was part of a statewide effort on Saturday and today to record the numbers and types of birds that are in each Illinois county. “This weekend is the peak bird migration time in central Illinois,” longtime bird-watcher Pat Ward of rural Murrayville said. “I’m expecting when all the teams check in that we will have recorded well over 150 species of birds.” On Saturday, Ward said bird-watchers spotted everything from tiny ruby-throated hummingbirds to huge bald eagles that are nesting in Morgan County. Ward said the annual spring bird census provides scientists and the general public with data on bird populations and their distribution. “For example, the whippoorwill was commonly heard in Morgan County in the evenings for many years, but within the last 10 to 15 years, they have become very scarce, possibly because of the lack of large moths that they feed on. We are seeing more birds, such as the blue grosbeak, that used to nest in the southern United States and are now nesting in Morgan County.” Yow said a confluence of events in 1978 led him to bird-watching. Those events included seeing a flock of evening grosbeaks at his grandmother’s home in Arkansas and his first birding expeditions with Bob Adams and Ward.
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