Date: Sun, 5 Feb 2012 14:22:37 -0500
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Subject: No surprise: no Sandhill Cranes in east Roswell
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With all the reports of Sandhills coming through, I sat outside for about an hour, hoping to add to the sightings. I saw and heard two Red-tailed hawks courting, saw and heard a mob of crows, listened to Mourning doves cooing and the songs of Carolina chickadees, melodious House finches and Pine warblers (that sound like muted whistles), but there was not a single Sandhill crane. I did see them fly over once many, many years ago, but never again. I remain hopeful...
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