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Old 01-03-2006, 10:36 PM
nopEda nopEda is offline
 
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Default OT: Have you noticed Loons/Divers wintering in Southeastern

Hi,

I'm trying to gather information about where Loons migrate to in
the Southeast during winter months. If you notice Loons when you
are out and are willing to report the sightings, please email me
at:

[email protected]

In order to keep it as simple as possible I'm just recording the
sighting date, the body of water and state it's in, the approximate
location, and the observer's name. In case anyone else is interested
in seeing the list as it develops, I'll try to keep it updated at:

http://seloonlist.bravehost.com/

There is also a link to a discussion forum in case anyone wants to
share more info, or discuss anything about it.

Thank you for sharing any sightings you are willing to share!
Please encourage anyone else you think might be willing to participate.

Regards,
David Harrison

[email protected]
Lake Lanier GA
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Old 01-04-2006, 02:58 PM
TonyDB TonyDB is offline
 
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Hitting up all the forums? I saw this same post on the hull truth. Loons.....only during the warm months in ME. When you ask for info on loons/divers, what besides loons are you after...commerands for example?

I was walking up the designated path from the beach on Monday and I saw this guy walking on the dune grass. I yelled over to him that he shouldn't be walking there. He says, "it's OK I'm from the Audubon Society. I'm just looking for animal (bird, squirrel, and fox) tracks". So I say, "let me see your permit to walk there". He says, "well, I don't have one". So I say, "well, then get the hell off there, this dune grass area is the only thing between my house and our next hurricane".

How can a guy that's monitoring animal populations be so negligent when it comes to dune grass ecology?
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