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Re: The Peregrine nest box [1 Attachment] Cal, I will pass on what I heard at raptor counting day put on by the Audubon Society. Busy highways mean food, wether its frogs, flattened mice and

Ted Sojka
Mar 2
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Re: The Peregrine nest box [1 Attachment]  Very interesting.  I think we have some extras if you want them.  Last week I drove 100 miles, half on a freeway.  I saw about 15.  Later in the day I

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The Peregrine nest box Eggs are hatched, Peregrine's are raised, and put in this cliff side cages until they can fend for themselves. The eggs get eaten by raccoons, and other

Ted Sojka
Mar 2
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Re: Collections of artifacts I have two different types of artifacts in my collection. First there are the artifacts of the prehistoric iron furnaces described in my book "Iron Age

conner6343@sbcglobal.net
Mar 1
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Collections of artifacts Surface collecting has been a hobby for many in years past, but here is a story of what information can be gathered from finds located in one small area. I

Ted Sojka
Mar 1
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Ms. Barbara Crandall Some words from the person who has done a great deal to protect the Earthworks in Newark Ohio. She just lost a son who was 67 and had become a lawyer and

Ted Sojka
Feb 12
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What a canyon with rock shelters Our site is not a narrow view site of archeology, and rather exchanges both conventional findings and some that are a bit wider or diffuse. Here is a short

Ted Sojka
Feb 9
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Fwd: Scientists Have Mapped All of Ötzi the Iceman's 61 Tattoos Well the ice man continues to tell us about life 5,300 years ago. I wonder if the energizer bunny will last that long? ted

Ted Sojka
Feb 5
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a video of ancient water! A short video from the Iron Range, deep in a cave, older than the earth's surface, which is quite a thought to imagine.

Ted Sojka
Feb 5
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Fwd: 12th Annual Tulane Maya Symposium: March 19-22, 2015 Sent from my iPhone ... Sent from my iPhone Begin forwarded message: From: MARI Tulane U < mari@... > Date: February 2, 2015 at 6:28:50 PM CST To:

Vincent Barrows
Feb 2
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EFMO T H Lewis was sponsored by a railroad magnate to survey the mounds of the native americans before they were all plowed up or built over by towns spreading out

Ted Sojka
Jan 27
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Interesting article re: ancient earthquakes Here's an interesting articles regarding ancient earthquakes in North America: http://www.bnd.com/2015/01/25/3629103_did-earthquakes-spell-doom-for.html?&rh=1

Karla Akins
Jan 26
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Re: discussion question    Thanks,  we need more profs of that type,  Cal     ====== From: "Ted Sojka tedsojka@... [ancient_waterways_society]"

TRAYLOROO
Jan 20
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Re: discussion question Karla, try to find a copy on library loan. I saw the exhibit a few years back of all the original paintings. Dayton Duncan who is also featured in the Ken

Ted Sojka
Jan 20
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Re: discussion question Thank you Cal, I remember an anthropology professor at college that said to us, "one man's religion is another's superstition. " He was R. Clark Mallam and he

Ted Sojka
Jan 20
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