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Date:         Wed, 2 Jul 2003 15:14:13 -0500
Reply-To:     EJ Williams <EJ_Williams@DNR.STATE.GA.US>
Sender:       Georgia Birders Online <GABO-L@LISTSERV.UGA.EDU>
From:         EJ Williams <EJ_Williams@DNR.STATE.GA.US>
Subject:      ST Kites foraging
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Most of the 2003 hatch of swallow-tailed kites have fledged and a couple of foraging groups have been observed. So as you are birding, particularly in the coastal plain of SE Georgia, please note any groups of STKIs and report them through the online reporting form found at - Species Accounts - Swallow-tailed Kite. Please also report any STKIs observed anywhere in GA.

From field biologist Gina Zimmerman:

Tattnall County, DeLorme p. 54, D2 Ebenezer Church Rd: 31.86123 81.92617 This place is off HWY 301 south of Glennville in Tattnall Co. Ebenezer Church Rd (heads north) is the first road in Tattnall Co (traveling N on 301 towards Glennville). coming from the south, after crossing Beard's Creek. The kites are foraging on dragonflies over hay field and bottomland forest on both sides of the road less than a half mile from the intersection of 301.

6/14/03: 3 STKI and 8 MIKI 6/22/03: 6-8 STKI and 15-20 MIKI 6/27/03: 15 STKI and 10 MIKI

Cheers EJ

Emily Jo Williams Partners in Flight Georgia Wildlife Resources Division 116 Rum Creek Drive, Forsyth GA 31029 ph 478-994-1438 fax 478-993-3050

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