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Re: [SoWestOdes] White Mountains, Arizona, August 3, 4, 5

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  • Kathy & Dave Biggs
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    Message 1 of 2 , Aug 20, 2012
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      Whoops - left the e in Smoky in title...
      Kathy

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      On 8/5/2012 8:55 PM, jimburns1029 wrote:
      > Dodging thunderstorms again in a monsoon reminiscent of the "normal" monsoons we remember from the late '70s when we first moved to Arizona, we oded four locations in the White Mountains this weekend.
      >
      > Friday, August 3, 1:30pm > 3:30pm--
      > Bog Tank, Apache Co., north side of Highway 260 between McNary & Sunrise
      >
      > Northern/Boreal Bluet (common)
      > Western Red Damsel (1 male, 3 females, 1 ovipositing)
      > Springwater Dancer (common)
      > Variegated Meadowhawk (1)
      > Black Meadowhawk (6 males)
      >
      > http://jimburnsphotos.com/pages/blackmeadowhawk.html
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      >
      > Friday, August 3, 4:00pm > 5::00pm--
      > North Fork White River beneath Highway 473 bridge off Highway 260
      >
      > Arizona Snaketail (2 males)
      >
      > http://jimburnsphotos.com/pages/arizonasnaketail.html
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      > Saturday, August 4, 8:30am > 11:30pm--
      > Becker Lake, Highway 60 north of Springerville
      >
      > Tule Bluet (abundant)
      > Northern/Boreal Bluet (abundant)
      > Pacific Forktail (common)
      > Blue-eyed Darner (common)
      > Common Green Darner (3 males)
      > Eight-spotted Skimmer (common)
      > Flame Skimmer (common)
      > Variegated Meadowhawk (a few)
      > Striped Meadowhawk (2 males)
      > Black Saddlebags (a few)
      >
      >
      > Sunday, August 5, 10:30am > 11:30am--
      > Willow Springs Lake, north side of Highway 260 west of Forest Lakes
      >
      > Variable Darner (6 males & 1 ovipositing female)
      >
      > http://jimburnsphotos.com/pages/variabledarner.html
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      >
      > Jim
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