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Re: Species #115 in Evergeen Woods, Charlotte

Hello y'all,
They're everywhere, they're everywhere!

Sunday at HBSP while walking from the north beach parking lot to the Marsh
Boardwalk,  Ritch Lilly and I had had an adult male Cape May in textbook
fall plumage. Life bird, state bird, G'town Cty bird, year bird...  ;)

Odyssey update: 257 (still "coasting.")

Are we all having fun yet?


Gary Phillips
Conway, SC
 Zone 8
"Unless someone like you cares a whole awful lot, nothing's going to get
better. It's not." (Dr. Seuss, "The Lorax")
-----Original Message-----
From: LSBarden@aol.com <LSBarden@aol.com>
To: carolinabirds@duke.edu <carolinabirds@duke.edu>
Date: Monday, September 24, 2001 5:59 AM
Subject: Species #115 in Evergeen Woods, Charlotte

>Thanks to a heads up from Ken and Alan Kneidel, we added
>CAPE MAY WARBLER to the list of species seen in Evergreen Woods.
>They saw the bird Sunday morning and contacted us.  We saw it
>in the same location (the large opening near Winterfield School) at
>5:30 PM.
>This brings our personal species list for Evergreen to 115 species.
>Evergreen Woods is site #4 on the local birding map found at
>Larry and Louise Barden, 1525-F Lansdale, Charlotte, NC, 28205,