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RE: Monk nest
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- Subject: RE: Monk nest
- From: "jason bulluck" <email@example.com>
- Date: Tue, 08 Jan 2002 21:08:31 +0000
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Well, since Michael brought it up... I also think that this situation calls
for a good eco-samaritan act. However, I dont think that the people in that
community would approve of someone pulling up with a pellet gun (the
extreme) and eradicating them. They just like the pretty birds. They think
its special, and dont see the potential disaster that could result.
However, I agree, that by some means these birds should be made captive
again (probably not possible) or... Though I dont like to see any bird in a
cage, I certainly dont like seeing parrots in Nash County. That my 2 cents.
Who makes the call? I mean its looking like they are suviving winters up
here well enough to start/sustain a population. Lets just hope that the two
birds left are of the same sex, at least.
Department of Biology
Appalachian State University
>From: "Eagan, Michael" <MEagan@stantec.com>
>Subject: RE: Monk nest
>Date: Tue, 8 Jan 2002 09:43:00 -0700
> Having recently moved to NC from Florida, I was very disheartened to
>hear that there are Monks moving here also. In Florida they do build large
>nests around electric poles, sub-stations, palm trees (not many here) and
>other similar habitats. They can be very destructive to crops as
>demonstrated in Florida. I would think that control or eradication of this
>invasive species would be in order.
> Mike Eagan
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