Two SANDHILL CRANES were photographed in North Ohio, Yarmouth County on Jan 13. They didn't stay long and flew off. Ronnie and I looked for them, but couldn'talix.dentremont
On Yacht Club Rd, eating grass near floating dock pieces on land. 8:47 am. Get Outlook for Androidalix.dentremont
Just received a message from Hope Swinimer who said her centre has received over 100 calls today from Yarmouth to Cape Breton of grounded Dovekies and a few
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