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CLARK'S GREBE - NOT relocated
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- Subject: CLARK'S GREBE - NOT relocated
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- Date: Fri, 21 Mar 2003 14:31:43 -0500 (EST)
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Will Cook just called from Hatteras to let me know that the Clark's Grebe
has not yet been relocated yesterday nor today. John Fussell searched for
the bird yesterday with no success, and Will, Judy M., and Harry L.
searched today with no success.
Note that this certainly does not mean the grebe has left. The ocean is a
bit choppy due to southerly winds and the grebe could still be around,
especially since it seems to be moving over an area of several miles from
Cape Point to Hatteras Inlet, and it could be yet elsewhere along the
Banks. Perhaps with the plethora of birders planning on descending on the
OBX this weekend, it'll be relocated again.
Jeffrey S. Pippen
Nicholas School of the Environment and Earth Sciences
Rm 139 Biological Sciences Bldg, Biology Department Box 90338
Duke University, Durham, NC 27708
PH: (919) 660-7278 <firstname.lastname@example.org>