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Re: Nighttime Birds

Subject: Re: Nighttime Birds
From: Walter Knapp <>
Date: Mon, 30 Jun 2003 22:06:08 -0400
Doug Von Gausig wrote:
> At 10:57 AM 6/30/2003, you wrote:
>>Nite birding last night was a success. 3 for 3.
>>LeConte Sparrow at 10 feet
>>Nelson's Sharptailed Sparrow at 30 yards
>>Yellow Rail at 30 yards but we failed in being able to hold the bird.
> Click click, click click click - for that we trudge through sludge at all 
> hours of the night, braving mosquitoes and the creatures from the black 
> lagoon. There is definitely something a little off about nature recordists!

And I thought it was all for the gray treefrogs. At least I think that's 
what they are.

Bill is plowing into the gulf coast. And I'm planning to head to south 
Georgia tomorrow. See what Bill stirs up.

Yep, nature recordists are a strange bunch.



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