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- Subject: Jordan Lake
- From: "Sandy Cash" <email@example.com>
- Date: Sun, 2 Dec 2001 16:01:14 -0500
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Went out this morning for a brief spot of birding. Nothing special
out and about at Jordan Lake, although birds in general were very
plentiful. I looked around the Farrington boat ramps but was unable
to relocate the Orange-crowned warbler Jeff Pippen found. Gulls
near Ebenezer Pt. were all Ring-billeds except for a solitary
Bonaparte's joining them. I stopped by White Oak Creek on my
way home to look for Red-headed woodpeckers and found several.
Despite the lack of variety, the cameo appearance of Fall weather
and plentiful birds overall made for a very pleasant morning's birding.