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Re: Sargassum at Myrtle Beach
- To: "Donna S. Bailey" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Subject: Re: Sargassum at Myrtle Beach
- From: "Carol Williamson" <email@example.com>
- Date: Tue, 08 Aug 2000 17:11:18 -0400
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I was in Myrtle Beach this weekend (21St Street North) - saw no Sargassum. At
the N. C. beaches in the last week or so, there were dangerous rip tides,
shark attacks, and locust carcasses, in addition to the Sargassum. I was
pleased to find none of those at M. Beach either!
Thanks to Jack Peachey's directions, I got my lifer Painted Bunting at
Huntington Beach State Park. Hooray!!!!!!
"Donna S. Bailey" wrote:
> In reply to John Fussell, the local paper here in the Midlands of SC had a
> picture last week or the week before of a beach in the Myrtle Beach area
> covered in Sargassum. The caption carefully pointed out that Sargassum is
> stinky but not harmful. I guess "stinky" is in the nose of the beholder.
> I for one was curious about the birds it might bring in with it.
> Good Birding -
> Donna Bailey
> Winnsboro, SC
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