We're at the halfway mark for the Great Backyard Bird Count, and Missouri birdwatchers have submitted hundreds of checklists so far. Among the findings, a Hickory Co. birder recorded a sedge wren, someone has tallied a spotted towhee, and I saw at least one record for a LeConte's sparrow. Missouri has documented 120 species so far, up from 109 on Saturday morning. The Explore Data tab on the GBBC website allows one to narrow the search to a town, a state, a country and to pull up individual checklists. Visit here for the Missouri checklist so far.