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Subject:Re: Birding Request
From:Victor Lewis <[log in to unmask]>
Reply-To:Victor Lewis <[log in to unmask]>
Date:Thu, 3 Nov 2011 09:00:31 -0700

hear, hear!! :))))

On Thu, Nov 3, 2011 at 8:45 AM, Fr. Paul Kammen

> While I can understand the importance of protecting habitat, one of the
> reasons I subscribe to this list is to hear from other birders where
> opportunities
> might be found to view and photograph various birds. Last winter, a poster
> kindly let us know a northern saw-whet owl was in his yard; I showed up and
> other photographers were there as well and everyone was respectful.
> I would hope that most people on this list are respectful of property and
> birds;
> this past summer the location of the grosbeaks was reported, as was the
> location of Whooping Cranes and I appreciated that. For me, it's helpful to
> know where birds are, and I'm especially fond of owls, and would love to
> drive
> to a spot, and take pictures from a distance. It would be rather
> frustrating to
> have someone just say they found an owl or bird at a particular park -
> frankly I
> don't know what the point would be of posting that at all if no one else
> could
> enjoy it. The Purple Sandpiper was a great example of the exact location
> noted, the bird being found and enjoyed.
> So, my hope is in coming months the updates continue on where to find
> various
> birds from snow buntings to waxwings to owls and that the folks on this
> list can
> enjoy seeing these beautiful feathered friends.
> Just my two cents,
> Fr. Paul
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