The following is from Sharon Blakely of PWC. Rosalie We(PWC) have lots of rescues on Embarcadero under the eucs in front of the smokestacks every firstname.lastname@example.org
Greetings, Brad Schram and I traversed the Carrizo from the south yesterday, mostly along Elkhorn Road, crossing finally to Soda Lake Road at Arrow Bear. Goneiccp40
OK, I will admit I do not have much experience with this species but a single all black swift with slow wingbeats, sometimes sailing, obviously larger than thetrapmanlou
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