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GABO-L archives – September 2002

  1. Rusty Trump / NWF fall issue (27 lines)
    From: Vicki DeLoach <VLDELOACH@AOL.COM>

  2. Fwd: Warbler tally from the coast (61 lines)
    From: Giff Beaton <giffbeaton@MINDSPRING.COM>

  3. Warbler tally from the coast (66 lines)
    From: Russ Wigh <rwigh@MINDSPRING.COM>

  4. Field Trips Update for GOS meeting at Jekyll Island (89 lines)
    From: Sargent Bob Civ WRALC/EMX <bob.sargent@ROBINS.AF.MIL>

  5. Cochran Shoals today (32 lines)
    From: Bob Zaremba <bobzarem@PRODIGY.NET>

  6. Name that bird Athens-Clarke County Courthouse 11:00 a.m. 9/30 (44 lines)
    From: Joel Shiver <joelshiver@RIVERTRIPPER.COM>

  7. Gray river morning (83 lines)
    From: Eran Tomer <etomer@EMORY.EDU>

  8. Migrants Watson Gap to Dally Gap, Fannin Co 9-29-02 (70 lines)
    From: NEDRA <NEDRABIRD@TDS.NET>

  9. Peregrine Falcon in Decatur (28 lines)
    From: Jerry Brunner <jbrunner@ADVSTR.COM>

  10. Northwest Georgia, 9/29/2002 (89 lines)
    From: James F. Flynn, Jr. <jim.flynn@MINDSPRING.COM>

  11. Another Forsyth Co. "ECD" (37 lines)
    From: James F. Flynn, Jr. <jim.flynn@MINDSPRING.COM>

  12. GOS meeting (29 lines)
    From: Mike and Kathy Chapman <mchapman@DARIENTEL.NET>

  13. Admin: Want your messages to be important for more than just a day? (41 lines)
    From: Marion Dobbs <marion@MINDSPRING.COM>

  14. Nice day at the ramp/Oxbow Meadows (63 lines)
    From: Julie and Walt <jules7@MINDSPRING.COM>

  15. Cobb county migration report (45 lines)
    From: Bob Zaremba <bobzarem@PRODIGY.NET>

  16. From Sweat Mtn. (35 lines)
    From: Vicki DeLoach <VLDELOACH@AOL.COM>

  17. Olive-sided Flycatchers Still at Suawnee Creek 9/28/02 (64 lines)
    From: HORN,EARL (HP-USA,ex1) <earl.horn@HP.COM>

  18. Ocmulgee Audubon Society (70 lines)
    From: Sargent Bob Civ WRALC/EMX <bob.sargent@ROBINS.AF.MIL>

  19. Fw: [BIRDCHAT] Information requested about State of Georgia (66 lines)
    From: Marion Dobbs <marion@MINDSPRING.COM>

  20. Olive-sided Flycatchers at Suwanee Creek 9/27/02 (61 lines)
    From: HORN,EARL (HP-USA,ex1) <earl.horn@HP.COM>

  21. Re: : House finches v. purple finches (73 lines)
    From: Andrew K. Davis <akdavis@EMORY.EDU>

  22. Cochran Shoals 9/27 (40 lines)
    From: Ted Reissing <Tcreissing@AOL.COM>

  23. my communication to youall (37 lines)
    From: joseph greenberg <jnmig949100@WORLDNET.ATT.NET>

  24. Re: House Finches/House Sparrows (32 lines)
    From: Johnny McMahan <epinskcaj@YAHOO.COM>

  25. Skidaway migrants (56 lines)
    From: Russ Wigh <rwigh@MINDSPRING.COM>

  26. Marshallville sod farm query (25 lines)
    From: Michael Bender <mbender78@HOTMAIL.COM>

  27. Further a-field (and some radar birding) (62 lines)
    From: Paul Champlin <skua99@HOTMAIL.COM>

  28. Atlanta Audubon field trips this weekend (55 lines)
    From: Carol Lambert or Jeff Sewell <lambertsewell@MINDSPRING.COM>

  29. Huie Report, Clayton Co. (30 lines)
    From: Carol Lambert or Jeff Sewell <lambertsewell@MINDSPRING.COM>

  30. Re: : House finches v. purple finches (27 lines)
    From: Vicki DeLoach <VLDELOACH@AOL.COM>

  31. Re: : House finches v. purple finches (29 lines)
    From: Liz Horsey <lhorsey@MINDSPRING.COM>

  32. Re: House Finches/House Sparrows (51 lines)
    From: Eran Tomer <etomer@EMORY.EDU>

  33. House Finches/House Sparrows (57 lines)
    From: Matthew Pike <hoodedcrow3b@YAHOO.COM>

  34. House sparrows/House finches (28 lines)
    From: Robert L. Humphries <bhump@JUNO.COM>

  35. House Finches and conjunctivitis (64 lines)
    From: Andrew K. Davis <akdavis@EMORY.EDU>

  36. Fw: (77 lines)
    From: joseph greenberg <jnmig949100@WORLDNET.ATT.NET>

  37. Fw: Howard Odum, a Pioneering Voice on Ecology, Dies at 78 (27 lines)
    From: Lynn Hennelly <lynnhennelly@EARTHLINK.NET>

  38. Re: :"inundated with House Finches" (79 lines)
    From: Thom Harrison <THarriso@MAIL.MACONSTATE.EDU>

  39. Sweetwater Creek State Parks IBA (59 lines)
    From: V Williams <72064.1017@COMPUSERVE.COM>

  40. Field Trips Update for GOS meeting at Jekyll Island (59 lines)
    From: Sargent Bob Civ WRALC/EMX <bob.sargent@ROBINS.AF.MIL>

  41. Re: :"inundated with House Finches" (81 lines)
    From: Billy Dunbar <gabirder@EXCITE.COM>

  42. Muted Song of Eastern Wood Pewee (38 lines)
    From: Dan Roper <RopersFive@AOL.COM>

  43. Re: :"inundated with House Finches" (53 lines)
    From: Johnny McMahan <epinskcaj@YAHOO.COM>

  44. Re: 9/21 - 9/24 (35 lines)
    From: Swamphen <speedyg@SWAMPHEN.NET>

  45. 9/21 - 9/24 (68 lines)
    From: Jeff Madsen <JEFF.MADSEN@TURNER.COM>

  46. Finally - a fall migrant! (31 lines)
    From: Vicki DeLoach <VLDELOACH@AOL.COM>

  47. Slow week. Here's my reasoning: (63 lines)
    From: Paul Champlin <skua99@HOTMAIL.COM>

  48. Slow week. Here's my reasoning: (62 lines)
    From: Paul Champlin <skua99@HOTMAIL.COM>

  49. Huie Report, Clayton Co. 9/23/02 (41 lines)
    From: Carol Lambert or Jeff Sewell <lambertsewell@MINDSPRING.COM>

  50. Wednesday Birding (34 lines)
    From: Carol Lambert or Jeff Sewell <lambertsewell@MINDSPRING.COM>

  51. Mourning Warblers (37 lines)
    From: Karen Theodorou <Ovenbyrd@AOL.COM>

  52. Re: shooting firearms in DeKalb County (42 lines)
    From: Swamphen <speedyg@SWAMPHEN.NET>

  53. Re: shooting firearms in DeKalb County (33 lines)
    From: Phyllis Sully <prsully@BELLSOUTH.NET>

  54. Re: Henderson Park, 9/21-22 (87 lines)
    From: James Wilson <gaiba@BELLSOUTH.NET>

  55. Dawson Forest, 9/23/02 (39 lines)
    From: James F. Flynn, Jr. <jim.flynn@MINDSPRING.COM>

  56. Henderson Park, 9/21-22 (42 lines)
    From: Jenny Michaels <jennymichaels@MINDSPRING.COM>

  57. Coastal migrants Tybee (45 lines)
    From: Diana Churchill <dichurch@EARTHLINK.NET>

  58. Mud Creek migrants (47 lines)
    From: Bob Zaremba <bobzarem@PRODIGY.NET>

  59. SPCNP & Henderson Park, DeKalb Co. (51 lines)
    From: Carol Lambert or Jeff Sewell <lambertsewell@MINDSPRING.COM>

  60. Re: Suwanee Creek 9/21/02 (76 lines)
    From: HORN,EARL (HP-USA,ex1) <earl.horn@HP.COM>

  61. Murray County Birds (43 lines)
    From: John Gatchet <gatchet@GCCSDA.ORG>

  62. White Hummingbird Photos (38 lines)
    From: Rusty Trump <rusty_trump@HOTMAIL.COM>

  63. Cochran Shoals Migrants (40 lines)
    From: Bob Zaremba <bobzarem@PRODIGY.NET>

  64. AAS walk at Kennesaw Mountain today (40 lines)
    From: Bob Zaremba <bobzarem@PRODIGY.NET>

  65. New yard bird (29 lines)
    From: Liz Horsey <lhorsey@MINDSPRING.COM>

  66. Re: Albino Ruby-throat in Douglasville (56 lines)
    From: Eran Tomer <etomer@EMORY.EDU>

  67. Re: Snow Geese in Columbus (85 lines)
    From: Julie and Walt <jules7@MINDSPRING.COM>

  68. Suwanee Creek 9/21/02 (50 lines)
    From: HORN,EARL (HP-USA,ex1) <earl.horn@HP.COM>

  69. Snow Geese in Columbus (55 lines)
    From: Matthew Pike <hoodedcrow3b@YAHOO.COM>

  70. La Waterthrush vs No. (38 lines)
    From: Leslie Curran <tlcurran@TELOCITY.COM>

  71. Fannin County Migrants week thru 9-20-02 (61 lines)
    From: NEDRA <NEDRABIRD@TDS.NET>

  72. Re: Albino Ruby-throat in Douglasville (60 lines)
    From: Tim Rose <durc@MINDSPRING.COM>

  73. GA RBA, 9/20/2002 (158 lines)
    From: James F. Flynn, Jr. <jim.flynn@MINDSPRING.COM>

  74. Carters Lake Trail Birds (44 lines)
    From: John Gatchet <gatchet@GCCSDA.ORG>

  75. Changes to the AOU Check-list (68 lines)
    From: Bill BLakeslee <WPB900@AOL.COM>

  76. Migration (58 lines)
    From: Jim and Melissa Pappas <pappasj@MINDSPRING.COM>

  77. Re: Albino Ruby-throat in Douglasville (45 lines)
    From: Jack Dozier <jdozier@NETTALLY.COM>

  78. Albino Ruby-throat in Douglasville (45 lines)
    From: Rusty Trump <rusty_trump@HOTMAIL.COM>

  79. Close encounter (34 lines)
    From: Samantha Smith <silveysmom@HOTMAIL.COM>

  80. Brewster's Warbler (34 lines)
    From: Leslie Curran <tlcurran@TELOCITY.COM>

  81. Re: Stunned surprise (25 lines)
    From: Mark Davis <MSDavisMD@AOL.COM>

  82. Wilson's at Kennesaw Mtn. and Cochran Shoals (40 lines)
    From: Tom Egan <tegan@MINDSPRING.COM>

  83. <No subject> (27 lines)
    From: Robert L. Humphries <bhump@JUNO.COM>

  84. Stunned surprise (33 lines)
    From: Eran Tomer <etomer@EMORY.EDU>

  85. Wilsons Warbler at South Peachtree creek (42 lines)
    From: Tim Keyes <Tim_Keyes@DNR.STATE.GA.US>

  86. GA RBA, 9/17/2002 (103 lines)
    From: James F. Flynn, Jr. <jim.flynn@MINDSPRING.COM>

  87. Re: FANTASTIC day of border birding (SC/GA) (26 lines)
    From: Mark Davis <MSDavisMD@AOL.COM>

  88. Shorebirds, Floyd Co., and warblers on the way (40 lines)
    From: Marion Dobbs <marion@MINDSPRING.COM>

  89. Birding at Ocmulgee National Monument (38 lines)
    From: Sargent Bob Civ WRALC/EMX <bob.sargent@ROBINS.AF.MIL>

  90. Snow Goose/ Boat Ramp Rd (51 lines)
    From: Julie and Walt <jules7@MINDSPRING.COM>

  91. Suwanee Creek 9/14/02 Highlights (50 lines)
    From: HORN,EARL (HP-USA,ex1) <earl.horn@HP.COM>

  92. Interesting Yard Birds (64 lines)
    From: Jim and Melissa Pappas <pappasj@MINDSPRING.COM>

  93. GA RBA, 9/15/2002 (132 lines)
    From: James F. Flynn, Jr. <jim.flynn@MINDSPRING.COM>

  94. Cochran Shoals on Sunday afternoon (45 lines)
    From: Bob Zaremba <bobzarem@PRODIGY.NET>

  95. Re: FANTASTIC day of border birding (SC/GA) (24 lines)
    From: Mark Davis <MSDavisMD@AOL.COM>

  96. FANTASTIC day of border birding (SC/GA) (101 lines)
    From: Paul Champlin <skua99@HOTMAIL.COM>

  97. Oops on the waterthrush (23 lines)
    From: Russ Wigh <rwigh@MINDSPRING.COM>

  98. Wilson's Warbler on Skidaway (53 lines)
    From: Russ Wigh <rwigh@MINDSPRING.COM>

  99. Short note on Phinizy (30 lines)
    From: James Keener <DFK706@AOL.COM>

  100. GA RBA, 9/14/2002 (100 lines)
    From: James F. Flynn, Jr. <jim.flynn@MINDSPRING.COM>

  101. Phinizy: TRICOLORED, FORSTER'S, SANDERLING etc. (45 lines)
    From: Paul Champlin <skua99@HOTMAIL.COM>

  102. Organic Products Sod Farm (44 lines)
    From: Russ Wigh <rwigh@MINDSPRING.COM>

  103. Painted Buntings (45 lines)
    From: Beth Roth <bethheron@BELLSOUTH.NET>

  104. Coastal Migrants 9/13 & 9/14/2002 (51 lines)
    From: Diana Churchill <dichurch@EARTHLINK.NET>

  105. Interesting birds on Jekyll (43 lines)
    From: Lydia C. Thompson <artworksbylydia@THEBEST.NET>

  106. East Gerogia Turf Farms (33 lines)
    From: Eugene Keferl <ECKeferl@AOL.COM>

  107. 7 Buff-breasted Sandpipers in Marshallville (28 lines)
    From: Mark Freeman <roam2bird@CS.COM>

  108. black vulture correction (43 lines)
    From: Victoria Streib <VStreib@AOL.COM>

  109. East, East, East, East, South, South, South, South (40 lines)
    From: Paul Champlin <skua99@HOTMAIL.COM>

  110. E.L. Huie (42 lines)
    From: Jim Buckley/Georgann Schmalz <jbgs@MINDSPRING.COM>

  111. West Nile Virus and birds (161 lines)
    From: Wilson, Marianna <myw1@CDC.GOV>

  112. Yacht Road (29 lines)
    From: Eugene Keferl <ECKeferl@AOL.COM>

  113. Henderson Park, Tucker, 9/11/02 (56 lines)
    From: Jenny Michaels <jennymichaels@MINDSPRING.COM>

  114. Turf Farm - Statesboro, GA (46 lines)
    From: Nan Lloyd <nanllhhi@HARGRAY.COM>

  115. Cochran Shoals this evening (48 lines)
    From: Tim Rose <durc@MINDSPRING.COM>

  116. Back at the boat ramp (47 lines)
    From: Julie and Walt <jules7@MINDSPRING.COM>

  117. Yellow bellied flycatcher, red breasted nuthatch (29 lines)
    From: bittaker <bittaker@ALLTEL.NET>

  118. Very bad news (128 lines)
    From: James Wilson <gaiba@BELLSOUTH.NET>

  119. S. Peachtree Creek Nature Preserve, 9/11/02 (53 lines)
    From: Carol Lambert or Jeff Sewell <lambertsewell@MINDSPRING.COM>

  120. More on strange occurrence (50 lines)
    From: Ann McAllister <annmca@BELLSOUTH.NET>

  121. Wetlands Center/Huie, 9/10/02 (44 lines)
    From: Carol Lambert or Jeff Sewell <lambertsewell@MINDSPRING.COM>

  122. Rome, (29 lines)
    From: Stephen Stewart <Bikesnbirds@CS.COM>

  123. Harris Co. - 9/10 (43 lines)
    From: Julie and Walt <jules7@MINDSPRING.COM>

  124. GOS Meeting at Jekyll Island, 4-6 October (69 lines)
    From: Sargent Bob Civ WRALC/EMX <bob.sargent@ROBINS.AF.MIL>

  125. returning raptors (25 lines)
    From: Tim Keyes <Tim_Keyes@DNR.STATE.GA.US>

  126. Northern Harrier (26 lines)
    From: bittaker <bittaker@ALLTEL.NET>

  127. First Northern Harrier (26 lines)
    From: Tim Keyes <Tim_Keyes@DNR.STATE.GA.US>

  128. Re: Fw: Re: [GABO-L] Strange occurence (39 lines)
    From: Tim Rose <durc@MINDSPRING.COM>

  129. incubating Mourning Dove-Watkinsville, Ga. (37 lines)
    From: Billy Dunbar <gabirder@EXCITE.COM>

  130. Re: Fw: Re: [GABO-L] Strange occurence (26 lines)
    From: Tim Rose <durc@MINDSPRING.COM>

  131. Warblers at Kennesaw MTN. (41 lines)
    From: Tom Egan <tegan@MINDSPRING.COM>

  132. Phinizy trip date correction (26 lines)
    From: Carol Lambert or Jeff Sewell <lambertsewell@MINDSPRING.COM>

  133. 9/7/2002 Pelagic Results (49 lines)
    From: James F. Flynn, Jr. <jim.flynn@MINDSPRING.COM>

  134. GA RBA, 9/8/02 (129 lines)
    From: Carol Lambert or Jeff Sewell <lambertsewell@MINDSPRING.COM>

  135. Huie Report 9/9/02, Clayton Co. (38 lines)
    From: Carol Lambert or Jeff Sewell <lambertsewell@MINDSPRING.COM>

  136. Atlanta Audubon Society September Program (31 lines)
    From: Liz Horsey <lhorsey@MINDSPRING.COM>

  137. Forwarded... Eurasian invasion up north (58 lines)
    From: Paul Champlin <skua99@HOTMAIL.COM>

  138. West Nile in Hummingbirds (32 lines)
    From: Jim and Melissa Pappas <pappasj@MINDSPRING.COM>

  139. [Fwd: Mail delivery failed: returning message to sender] (30 lines)
    From: Jim and Melissa Pappas <pappasj@MINDSPRING.COM>

  140. About a strange answer (66 lines)
    From: Michel Bertrand <bertrmi@COLBA.NET>

  141. Surprise sighting (27 lines)
    From: Steve Livingston <livi4000@BELLSOUTH.NET>

  142. Ocmulgee Audubon Society: Reminder (76 lines)
    From: Sargent Bob Civ WRALC/EMX <bob.sargent@ROBINS.AF.MIL>

  143. Suwanee Creek Greenway (79 lines)
    From: Karen Theodorou <Ovenbyrd@AOL.COM>

  144. Indian Springs State Park (36 lines)
    From: michael beohm <michaelbeohm@YAHOO.COM>

  145. Fw: Re: [GABO-L] Strange occurence (82 lines)
    From: Ann McAllister <annmca@BELLSOUTH.NET>

  146. Fw: Re: [GABO-L] Strange occurence (92 lines)
    From: Ann McAllister <annmca@BELLSOUTH.NET>

  147. Hummer behavior and southern birds (54 lines)
    From: Paul Champlin <skua99@HOTMAIL.COM>

  148. Final Call for Summer Reports (38 lines)
    From: RJDNC@AOL.COM

  149. First Northern Harrier (38 lines)
    From: John Gatchet <gatchet@GCCSDA.ORG>

  150. Unicoi Golden-winged Warbler (39 lines)
    From: Michael Bender <mbender78@HOTMAIL.COM>

  151. coastal chatham 9/8/02 (59 lines)
    From: modius <modius@EARTHLINK.NET>

  152. Berry College Birds (41 lines)
    From: Owen Kinney <OKinney@DARLINGTONSCHOOL.ORG>

  153. Morning at Savannah Ogeechee Canal Museum (60 lines)
    From: Diana Churchill <dichurch@EARTHLINK.NET>

  154. Hummingbird frenzy! (28 lines)
    From: Ann and John Stewart <ajsophie@NETZERO.NET>

  155. strange occurrence (55 lines)
    From: shelly ducharme <mducharme@MINDSPRING.COM>

  156. Re: Strange occurence (28 lines)
    From: Virginia Wood <Pshrink@AOL.COM>

  157. fall migrants (33 lines)
    From: Giff Beaton <giffbeaton@MINDSPRING.COM>

  158. Border Birds this weekend (66 lines)
    From: Paul Champlin <skua99@HOTMAIL.COM>

  159. South Peachtree Creek Preserve (33 lines)
    From: Art Hurt <arhurt@MINDSPRING.COM>

  160. Re: Strange occurence (47 lines)
    From: Virginia Wood <Pshrink@AOL.COM>

  161. Re: Strange occurence (52 lines)
    From: Tim Rose <durc@MINDSPRING.COM>

  162. Strange occurence (41 lines)
    From: Ann McAllister <annmca@BELLSOUTH.NET>

  163. Northern Waterthrushes (43 lines)
    From: Mark Davis <MSDavisMD@AOL.COM>

  164. Homework for September (99 lines)
    From: Michel Bertrand <bertrmi@COLBA.NET>

  165. Phinizy Swamp sightings. (31 lines)
    From: Anne Waters <birdannelady@EARTHLINK.NET>

  166. Lark Sparrow - yes! (41 lines)
    From: Johnny T. Parks <ringgold_birdchaser@JUNO.COM>

  167. Wood Storks in Jackson county (34 lines)
    From: Mark Freeman <roam2bird@CS.COM>

  168. Great Horned Owls (26 lines)
    From: Steve Livingston <livi4000@BELLSOUTH.NET>

  169. very early American Goldfinch (28 lines)
    From: Doris Cohrs <dcohrs@DARIENTEL.NET>

  170. Arrowhead, Rome (35 lines)
    From: Stephen Stewart <Bikesnbirds@CS.COM>

  171. Wilson's Phalarope (31 lines)
    From: Carol Lambert or Jeff Sewell <lambertsewell@MINDSPRING.COM>

  172. WWF action in the back yard (36 lines)
    From: Tim Rose <durc@MINDSPRING.COM>

  173. <No subject> (20 lines)
    From: Robert L. Humphries <bhump@JUNO.COM>

  174. the 'chicken hawk' rides again (52 lines)
    From: Nathan Klaus <naklaus@MINDSPRING.COM>

  175. Heads Up for Heerman (44 lines)
    From: Dot and Wayne Freeman <dotandwaynefreeman@WORLDNET.ATT.NET>

  176. To the Ponds for the First Time! (67 lines)
    From: G. Brandon Hoyt <preacher102677@JUNO.COM>

  177. Boat Ramp Rd - 9/5 (45 lines)
    From: Julie and Walt <jules7@MINDSPRING.COM>

  178. Catbirds, goldfinches, RHWO's (42 lines)
    From: Vicki DeLoach <VLDELOACH@AOL.COM>

  179. Atlanta Audubon field trips this weekend (66 lines)
    From: Carol Lambert or Jeff Sewell <lambertsewell@MINDSPRING.COM>

  180. Late Evening at Legacy (69 lines)
    From: John Gatchet <gatchet@GCCSDA.ORG>

  181. Looking for Oppurtunities... (47 lines)
    From: G. Brandon Hoyt <preacher102677@JUNO.COM>

  182. Re: Red Phalarope continues, but.... (38 lines)
    From: Marion Dobbs <marion@MINDSPRING.COM>

  183. Re: Legacy Sod Farm (54 lines)
    From: Eugenia R. Thompson <erthomps@NEGIA.NET>

  184. Re: Legacy Sod Farm (50 lines)
    From: Eugenia R. Thompson <erthomps@NEGIA.NET>

  185. Legacy Sod Farm (36 lines)
    From: Jim and Melissa Pappas <pappasj@MINDSPRING.COM>

  186. Legacy Sod Farm (28 lines)
    From: Earl Barton <merlin30165@YAHOO.COM>

  187. Red Phalarope continues, but.... (38 lines)
    From: Bill & Condit Lotz <blotz@MINDSPRING.COM>

  188. SC Frigatebird (29 lines)
    From: Tim Keyes <Tim_Keyes@DNR.STATE.GA.US>

  189. Yellow-bellied Flycatcher (44 lines)
    From: Julie and Walt <jules7@MINDSPRING.COM>

  190. Red phalarope at Legacy Sod Farm (plus dickcissels) (34 lines)
    From: Stancha@AOL.COM

  191. DIRECTIONS CORRECTION (25 lines)
    From: John Gatchet <gatchet@GCCSDA.ORG>

  192. LARK SPARROW GORDON COUNTY (51 lines)
    From: John Gatchet <gatchet@GCCSDA.ORG>

  193. First Waxwings of the Season (31 lines)
    From: Jim and Melissa Pappas <pappasj@MINDSPRING.COM>

  194. Phinizy Swamp Augusta Ga (29 lines)
    From: Calvin Zippler <cazippler53@EARTHLINK.NET>

  195. A look at the Aug 24 pelagic trip (32 lines)
    From: Russ Wigh <rwigh@MINDSPRING.COM>

  196. Augusta area: 14 species of shorebird (72 Lesser Yellowlegs, 42 Pecks...) (77 lines)
    From: Paul Champlin <skua99@HOTMAIL.COM>

  197. Red Phalarope Plus (71 lines)
    From: John Gatchet <gatchet@GCCSDA.ORG>

  198. Re: Red Phalarope (56 lines)
    From: HORN,EARL (HP-USA,ex1) <earl_horn@HP.COM>

  199. Red Phalarope (26 lines)
    From: Carol Lambert or Jeff Sewell <lambertsewell@MINDSPRING.COM>

  200. birds eggs (38 lines)
    From: Marie La Salle <mlasalle@MINDSPRING.COM>

  201. Henderson Park, Tucker (28 lines)
    From: Jenny Michaels <jennymichaels@MINDSPRING.COM>

  202. Western Species of Hummers are Arriving in GA! (45 lines)
    From: Rusty Trump <rusty_trump@HOTMAIL.COM>

  203. GA RBA, 9/1/02 (111 lines)
    From: Carol Lambert or Jeff Sewell <lambertsewell@MINDSPRING.COM>

  204. Huie 8/31/02 (36 lines)
    From: Carol Lambert or Jeff Sewell <lambertsewell@MINDSPRING.COM>

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