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(5)Alan Ashley covered much more ground than I so I am sure his numbers are correct at SGISP yesterday. Jim Cavanagh Sent from my iPad On Sep 7, 2017, at 10:14
(3)Seriously, if there is anyone who needs a place to go to escape this storm, my house on Galveston is open to you. Jim in dry Galveston
(15)Waste deep in birds that survived the storm! Patricia In support of my canaries Sonja and Persephone ... On Wed, 8/30/17, 'Jim Stevenson'
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(9)I have noticed that things as small as controlled burns and mowing the rights-of-way of the new roads they build can influence the locations of bobwhite, the
(3)Hope the feathered sweeties are OK!Paticia In support of my canaries Sonja and Persephone Hope the feathered sweeties are OK! Paticia In support of my
(3)First class! Sent from my iPad On Aug 7, 2017, at 5:37 PM, gary hansen email@example.com [nflbirds]
(3)Hi again, I have further information about birding the Ft. Walton Wright Landfill and Mama Rosa ponds on Roberts Road. Below is an email I received this
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(11)We have Mississippi Kites nesting in Valdosta and Lowndes County as well. A pair and their offspring soar over my neighborhood regularly at this time of year.
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