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GABO-L archives – March 1999

Table of contents:

  1. "Purple" Grackle

  2. (Black-bellied) Carolina Wren?

  3. <No subject>

  4. A few notes
    • A few notes (19 lines)
      From: Eugene P. Keferl <epkeferl@GATE.NET>

  5. Additional info and website for CARA: wildlife funding

  6. Ah Spring
    • Ah Spring (90 lines)
      From: Francis Stiteler <fomo@MINDSPRING.COM>

  7. Atlanta-area frogs

  8. BTGW
    • BTGW (19 lines)
      From: Carlile, Lawrence D <CarlileL@EMH5.STEWART.ARMY.MIL>
    • Re: BTGW (42 lines)
      From: artworksbylydia <artworksbylydia@THEBEST.NET>

  9. Bald Eagle
    • Bald Eagle (35 lines)
      From: Kristi Avera <kravera@DATASYS.NET>

  10. Barred Owl nests

  11. Barred Owl records

  12. Biking on St. Simons

  13. Blackbirds at Floyd Junior College

  14. Bluebird fight

  15. Cedar Waxwings, etc.

  16. Common Snipe
    • Common Snipe (25 lines)
      From: Larry N. Ross <lnrsaw@MTO.INFI.NET>

  17. Confused Flickers?

  18. Cornell '99 Backyard Bird Count Results

  19. Cornell BBC '99 Clarification

  20. Crooked River, Okefenokee, and Cumberland

  21. Double-crested Cormorants

  22. Eastern Kingbird-attn. Giff

  23. Eurasian Collard Doves

  24. Eurasian Collard Doves -Reply

  25. Eurasian Collared Doves

  26. FW: [GABO-L] Birding Savannah Airport

  27. Feeder Record Yellow Rumped Warblers

  28. Field Checklists

  29. Flying Squirrels

  30. Fort Mountain
    • Fort Mountain (22 lines)
      From: Stephen P. Stewart <sstewart@ROMAN.NET>

  31. Fort Stewart
    • Fort Stewart (60 lines)
      From: Carlile, Lawrence D <CarlileL@EMH5.STEWART.ARMY.MIL>

  32. Frog Calls
    • Frog Calls (46 lines)
      From: Mary Elfner <elfnerm@THEMPC.COM>

  33. Fw: swallows
    • Fw: swallows (41 lines)
      From: David Brown <dbrown@WAVEGATE.COM>

  34. Fwd: TWW Update
    • Fwd: TWW Update (225 lines)
      From: Brad Winn <brad_winn@MAIL.DNR.STATE.GA.US>

  35. GA RBA, 02/28/99

  36. GA RBA, 03/07/99`

  37. GA RBA, 03/13/99

  38. GA RBA, 03/15/99

  39. GA RBA, 03/21/99

  40. GA RBA, 03/27/99

  41. GH OWL nest

  42. GHO
    • GHO (17 lines)
      From: Steve Livingston <SteveL@GENERALTIME.COM>
    • Re: GHO (30 lines)
      From: Eran Tomer <etomer@EMORY.EDU>
    • Re: GHO (26 lines)
      From: Rick West <RickLWest@AOL.COM>

  43. GOS Web site update

  44. GREAT HORNED OWL NESTS

  45. Georgia Ornithological Society Spring Meeting

  46. Great Backyard Bird Count

  47. Great Horned Owl - Rome

  48. Harris Sparrow

  49. Harris's Sparrow on 3/11

  50. Hawk slam
    • Hawk slam (43 lines)
      From: Thom Harrison <tharriso@CENNET.MC.PEACHNET.EDU>

  51. House Hearings on CARA Begin Next Week -Forwarded

  52. Huie Report (or lack thereof)

  53. Huie Report 3/13/99

  54. Huie/Wetlands Ctr. Report

  55. I've been away

  56. International Paper HCP (fwd) -Reply

  57. LeConte's Sparrows

  58. LeConte's sparrows

  59. Learning Bird Songs

  60. Little St. Simons

  61. Location of confused Flickers

  62. Loggerhead Shrike

  63. Loggerhead Shrikes

  64. Louisiana Waterthrush

  65. Lower Costal Plain

  66. Marks rough-wings

  67. Monastery Swallows

  68. More on Red Crossbills

  69. Much ado about waxwings

  70. Myrtle Warblers

  71. Netiquette and such

  72. Non-avian species

  73. Non-avian species -Reply

  74. Northern Rough-wings: Rome

  75. Nuthatch foraging

  76. Owl Behavior
    • Owl Behavior (14 lines)
      From: Beth Roth <Bethheron@AOL.COM>

  77. Owls out and about during the daytime

  78. Pocket Gophers

  79. Pocket Gophers +

  80. Pocket Gophers + -Reply

  81. Pocket Gophers -Reply

  82. Pocket gophers

  83. Purple Finch -Reply (Crossbills)

  84. Purple Martins returned

  85. Purple Martins, SH cranes, Kestrals and Barn Owls

  86. RFI: Helen, GA area

  87. RFI: merganser nests

  88. RSH nest, purple finch, cedar waxwings

  89. Red Crossbill

  90. Rome field trip

  91. Rome waterfowl
    • Rome waterfowl (16 lines)
      From: Stephen P. Stewart <sstewart@ROMAN.NET>

  92. Ross' s Geese
    • Ross' s Geese (18 lines)
      From: Carol McClelland <Carolalec@AOL.COM>
    • Re: Ross' s Geese (45 lines)
      From: Rusty Trump <RUSTY_TRUMP@HP-USA-OM41.OM.HP.COM>

  93. Ross's geese are still around

  94. Rough-winged Swallow

  95. S Georgia/ N Florida RBA 3-1-99

  96. S Georgia/ N Florida RBA 3-15-99

  97. S Georgia/ N Florida RBA 3-22-99

  98. S Georgia/ N Florida RBA 3-29-99

  99. STKI
    • STKI (20 lines)
      From: Carlile, Lawrence D <CarlileL@EMH5.STEWART.ARMY.MIL>

  100. Sandhill Crane
    • Sandhill Crane (20 lines)
      From: Billy or Brenda Dunbar <woodpecker@BELLSOUTH.NET>

  101. Sandhill Cranes in Chattanooga

  102. Savannah Airport

  103. Screech Owl
    • Re: Screech Owl (25 lines)
      From: Patricia and Charles Sully/Atlanta, Georgia USA <csully@BELLSOUTH.NET>

  104. Screech Owl happenings

  105. Shrike
    • Shrike (19 lines)
      From: David Brown <dbrown@WAVEGATE.COM>

  106. Shrike Sightings near and north Atlanta

  107. Shrikes
    • Shrikes (14 lines)
      From: Sally Ramer <LivYorDrem@AOL.COM>

  108. Singing Female Cardinal

  109. Song Sparrow

  110. Song sparrow
    • Song sparrow (10 lines)
      From: Robert L Humphries <bhump@JUNO.COM>

  111. Songbird Management Area of Lake Conasauga

  112. Speaking of waxwings

  113. Spring Has Arrived

  114. Spring Migrants

  115. State of Georgia birding... (longish)

  116. Subscription command

  117. Sunday Birding
    • Sunday Birding (46 lines)
      From: Earl Horn <EARL_HORN@HP-USA-OM1.OM.HP.COM>

  118. Thanks
    • Thanks (23 lines)
      From: artworksbylydia <artworksbylydia@THEBEST.NET>

  119. The Crow of Spring

  120. Tom Thompson's dairy

  121. Turkeys at Savannah Airport

  122. Unusual Colored Bluebird

  123. Upland not Northern Chorus Frog

  124. Watching TV's

  125. Waterfowl - Rome GA

  126. What a way to start the birding day!

  127. Whip Record?

  128. Whip record?

  129. Whip record? (fwd)

  130. Woodchucks
    • Woodchucks (51 lines)
      From: Larry N. Ross <lnrsaw@MTO.INFI.NET>

  131. Yacht Road
    • Yacht Road (28 lines)
      From: D Lee <snorkler@JUNO.COM>

  132. Yellow-Rumped Warblers

  133. Yellowlegs in Calhoun

  134. Your help needed for Swallow-tailed kite conservation!

  135. Zellwood Farms (FL)

  136. [BIRDCHAT] [GABO-L] Much ado about waxwings (fwd)

  137. [Fwd: Kelp Gull]
    • [Fwd: Kelp Gull] (106 lines)
      From: Dot and Wayne Freeman <dotandwaynefreeman@WORLDNET.ATT.NET>
    • [Fwd: Kelp Gull] (75 lines)
      From: Dot and Wayne Freeman <dotandwaynefreeman@WORLDNET.ATT.NET>

  138. [GABO]: Resources 2000, NOT CARA! (was TWW Update)

  139. chimney swifts

  140. digressions

  141. flycatchers?
    • flycatchers? (81 lines)
      From: Libby Howze <tlhowze@MINDSPRING.COM>
    • Re: flycatchers? (44 lines)
      From: Billy or Brenda Dunbar <woodpecker@BELLSOUTH.NET>

  142. flying squirrels

  143. green heron
    • green heron (17 lines)
      From: Stephen P. Stewart <sstewart@ROMAN.NET>

  144. horned larks
    • horned larks (14 lines)
      From: Stephen P. Stewart <sstewart@ROMAN.NET>

  145. indirect sign of spring

  146. observations
    • observations (50 lines)
      From: Billy or Brenda Dunbar <woodpecker@BELLSOUTH.NET>

  147. previous whippoorwill message

  148. recording birds seen

  149. red-cockaded woodpeckers and HCPs

  150. red-cockaded woodpeckers and HCPs -Reply

  151. swallows
    • swallows (16 lines)
      From: Stephen P. Stewart <sstewart@ROMAN.NET>

  152. temporary research positions

  153. urban wildlife
    • urban wildlife (21 lines)
      From: Jim Ozier <Jim_Ozier@MAIL.DNR.STATE.GA.US>

  154. waxwings
    • waxwings (28 lines)
      From: Billy or Brenda Dunbar <woodpecker@BELLSOUTH.NET>

  155. whippoorwill !
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