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RE: migratory shorebirds near Charlotte

The farm ponds of Cowans Ford Wildlife Refuge have yielded cormorants,
sandpipers, yellowlegs, snipes, and waders (egrets and herons) for me over
the years.

Find it down Neck Road just off Beatties Ford Road north of Charlotte.

Tom "two legs at a time" Lorenzin
Davidson (Lake Norman), NC
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-----Original Message-----
From: carolinabirds-owner@acpub.duke.edu
[mailto:carolinabirds-owner@acpub.duke.edu]On Behalf Of AHK4586@aol.com
Sent: Monday, April 10, 2000 18:11
To: carolinabirds@duke.edu
Subject: migratory shorebirds near Charlotte

Does anyone have any recommended areas to look for around Charlotte for
migratory shorebirds? Thanks for the help.

Alan Kneidel
Charlotte, NC