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New hummingbird bander in NC
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- Subject: New hummingbird bander in NC
- From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Susan Campbell)
- Date: Sat, 13 Nov 1999 12:23:17 -0400
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This week it became official. I am now a legal hummingbird bander for
North and South Carolina. I am also working on a state permit to help out
in southern Virginia, if I am needed.
So, please forward any information pertaining to winter hummingbirds in the
area to me directly. I can be reached at (910) 949-3207 anytime. Bob &
Martha Sargent will continue to forward calls they get and will still make
some trips up here but I will be primary contact for North Carolina. Let
me emphasize that I am very interested in documenting all winter hummers
even if the property owners do not want their birds caught and banded.
This year was a great breeding season for hummers in the southeast-- there
seem to be lots around, even though it is now 'winter.' I am expecting a
good number of reports and lots of banding activity! Keep those feeders up
and filled and let me know if you see or hear about any hummingbirds in the
next few months.
Thanks ahead of time for your help. We have started a good network for
finding wintering hummers here in the state but I do not think it is
anywhere near complete. So spread the word!!
Susan M. Campbell
Whispering Pines, NC