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Hilton Pond 04/15/01 (Flowering Dogwood)
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- Subject: Hilton Pond 04/15/01 (Flowering Dogwood)
- From: BILL HILTON JR Hilton Pond Center for Piedmont Natural History<firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Wed, 25 Apr 2001 13:38:14 -0400
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HI . . .
Although the Flowering Dogwood is admired for its showy spring
display, most people have never actually seen the dogwood's flower.
Discover the secret life of the dogwood on the Web site for Hilton
Pond Center for Piedmont Natural History at http://www.hiltonpond.org
. Just click on "This Week at Hilton Pond," and select the week of
15-21 April 2001.
As always, there's a summary of the week's bird banding activities,
including recaptures of several species--even hummingbirds!--and a
colorful mug shot of a male American Goldfinch in full breeding
While you're browsing, please consider joining the Nature Study Network.
BILL HILTON JR., "The Piedmont Naturalist"
Hilton Pond Center for Piedmont Natural History
1432 DeVinney Road, York, South Carolina 29745 USA
firstname.lastname@example.org, (803) 684-5852, eFax: (503) 218-0845
Please visit our web sites at http://www.hiltonpond.org and
"Never trust a person too lazy to get up for sunrise or too busy to
watch the sunset." BHjr.