Date: Sun, 23 Jul 2000 23:01:19 -0400
Reply-To: Barbara Passmore <passmore@DATASYS.NET>
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From: Barbara Passmore <passmore@DATASYS.NET>
Subject: Fwd: [FLORIDABIRDS-L] RARE BIRD ALERT!!! Fork-tailed Flycatcher
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>Date: Sun, 23 Jul 2000 22:43:45 -0400
>Reply-To: Florida Nature Tours <fnt@GDI.NET>
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>From: Florida Nature Tours <fnt@GDI.NET>
>Subject: [FLORIDABIRDS-L] RARE BIRD ALERT!!! Fork-tailed Flycatcher
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> This afternoon at 6:00 PM Sir Harry Robinson found a Fork-tailed
> Flycatcher at Zellwood. The bird was on the power lines on Lust
> Road a short ways in from the gate. I have obtained permission
> for interested birders to search for the bird early tomorrow morning.
> Our wonderful friend from the St. Johns River Water Management
> District, Harold Weatherman will meet us at the Lust Road gate at
> 6:30 AM.
> From Apopka on US 441 go NW about 2 miles to the Woodshed Restaurant
> on the left side of the road. Turn left onto Boy scout Rd. Go a
> short distance until it intersects SR 437 (Benion Rd). Turn left,
> south on SR 437 for about a mile & a half to Lust Rd. & turn right,
> & go down to the gate.
> If you know anybody who needs this bird, give them a call!! It's
> not that late!!
> Wes Biggs
> Florida Nature Tours, Orlando 407/363-1360 firstname.lastname@example.org