A little lesson to be learned and relearned by all of us. Be extremely
careful when hiking and climbing around with or without your binocs and
cameras. Don't be shy about using a good walking stick.
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From: "Carol Crust" <cmcrust@BRAINERD.NET>
Sent: Saturday, March 21, 2009 11:25 AM
Subject: [mou-net] FW: great story
> Thought this story was worth sharing. Karen Bearden is an East Coast very
> active Birder Friend. Carol Crust
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> From: Karen Bearden [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> Sent: Thursday, March 19, 2009 11:34 PM
> To: Karen Bearden
> Subject: great story
> This is an amazing story from a birder in NJ that was shared on the
> Carolinabirds listserve. Stunning photos and a great poem, too.
> Happy, SAFE birding!! Peace, Karen
> Last Sunday, I fell on the jetty at Barnegat Light State Park
> while photographing Harlequins and other sea birds. I am sharing
> the following with you for a couple of reasons, 1) I am still here
> to tell the tale and 2) hopefully, you will all be very, very careful
> whenever and wherever you go birding.
> As I found out,it doesn't take much to get into a dangerous situation.
> August has been trying to rein me in for a couple of years
> has taught me my lesson.
> Please click on the following link to see a poem and some of the
> memorizing the occasion:
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