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Cynthia Slocum <[log in to unmask]>
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Cynthia Slocum <[log in to unmask]>
Sun, 26 Apr 2009 17:14:36 -0600
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I tuned into to this program when it was broadcast last year.  It's a 
compelling story, vital to the Red Knot, the Horseshoe Crab, and to Humans.
   Please watch Channel 2 tonight and then act; let your Congressional 
delegation know that this issue is important to you and that you want them 
to make laws to protect habitat and preserve these species.  With so many 
demands for tax dollars for different "critical" causes, it's important 
that we birders make our voices heard.  We are one of the largest special 
interest groups and do have considerable clout.  Time is short. Please 
speak out on this issue.

Kind regards,
Steve Slocum

On Sunday, April 26, 2009, at 03:40 PM, gordon andersson wrote:

> The red knot population that migrates along the Atlantic coast and nests 
> on
> the Arctic tundra is in precipitous decline.  This "Nature" program "Crash 
> A
> Tale of Two Spp" is rebroadcast tonight on TPT (channel 2) at 7:00 pm.
> species/introduc
> tion/592/
> On a related note, the Frans Lanting photo exhibit at the Bell Museum (UM
> Mpls campus) has been extended to May 10.  "Life: A Journey through Time.
> "
> FLanting was inspired to undertake this huge photo project by the 10M (?)
> yr-old migration of horseshoe crabs on the Delaware coast.
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