Date: Fri, 19 Mar 1999 07:42:48 -0500
Reply-To: Thom Harrison <tharriso@CENNET.MC.PEACHNET.EDU>
Sender: Georgia Birders Online <GABO-L@UGA.CC.UGA.EDU>
From: Thom Harrison <tharriso@CENNET.MC.PEACHNET.EDU>
Subject: Non-avian species
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For what it's worth again, I get most of my birding and other nature study
vicariously from the net these days. I teach English, so I don't have much
excuse to play in the woods. My interest hasn't slackened, but opportunity
is much reduced.
I look forward to the sightings posted here, and to the RBAs. I send the
RBAs and other items of interest--including the pocket gopher stuff--around
to other people on campus who have expressed an interest.
Birds seem to generate more interest on the whole than other species--for
one thing, they're easier to see and abundant. So I don't think pocket
gophers are in any danger of chasing birds off GABO-L.
As far as I'm concerned, bring on the pocket gophers, frogs,
salamanders--er, the slippery kind--whenever there's a need. I may not be
able to help, but I'm always interested.
Thanks for listening.
Division of Humanities
Macon State College
100 College Station Drive
Macon, GA 31206-5144