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Re: New, improved Big Sit
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- Subject: Re: New, improved Big Sit
- From: "Will Cook" <email@example.com>
- Date: Mon, 13 Sep 1999 09:10:13 -0400
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Sounds like fun to me -- I've been thinking about doing a Pea Island Big Sit
ever since I heard about the idea a few years ago, but never had the
motivation to do it. As Harry said, none of the platforms is in the perfect
location, so what do we do? Why not have several Big Sits at Pea Island?
North Pond south dike east platform, North Pond south dike central platform,
North Pond south dike west (tall) platform, and maybe even North Pond north
dike east platform. Then we could see which one's best.
On 12 Sep 99, Joshua Stuart Rose wrote:
> On Sun, 12 Sep 1999, Jack Peachey wrote:
> > The answer is the western end of the causeway at Huntington Beach State
> > Park. The bad news is that circle is already taken by the team from
> > Waccamaw Audubon.
> Hmmmmmmm, gee. Everyone up here seems to think that the observation
> towers on the dike at Pea Island NWR is the best spot in the Carolinas.
> Unfortunately, I've been invited to a friend's wedding in Pennsylvania on
> October 16, so I won't be sitting anywhere this year (other than the
> driver's seat of my car). So is there anyone in North Carolina who can do
> a Big Sit at Pea Island October 17, and defend our state's birding honor
> against Waccamaw Audubon and HBSP?
> I'm such a troublemaker, heh heh heh heh...
> Joshua S. Rose
> Duke University
> Department of Zoology
Charles W. "Will" Cook w 919-660-7409
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