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Looking for some good birds in SD

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Old Wednesday 9th April 2008, 15:49   #1
Phaethon
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Looking for some good birds in SD

My sister just moved to Flandreau, SD. so I have a base to start from. I would like to see Gray Partridge, Greater Prarie Chicken, Sprague's Pipit, and McCown's Longspur (though I know that's way farther out west). Any recommendations for good spots not too many hours from Flandreau for any of these?

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