In a message dated 4/21/1998 12:42:52 AM Central Daylight Time,
<< Again, thanx to all those who helped. I had nearly as much fun working
these out as watching them at the time >>
You did a wonderful job of eating crow without ruffling any more feathers. It
is nice to see you get all your ducks in a row after an apparent fowl up. It
takes courage to admit to being a bird brain. You fought the good fight, and
we all learned from the exchange. Hang in there with we novice as we all learn
more about our fine feathered friends.
* Mike Houle * * La Crosse WI * USA *
It's a great time to be alive enjoying fins, fish, ferns, feathers, flight,
flora, forests, fauna, fossils, fur, freedom, feasts, fermentation, fun,
friends, faith & family!
Birding and living on Hiawatha Island in the Black River, located just one
mile upstream from the Mississippi River Marker 698 (Riverside Park, La
Crosse) where the legendary three rivers meet and the birds of spring gather
to enjoy the bounty of the Coulee Region.