Date: Fri, 16 Apr 1999 21:19:47 -0400
Sender: Georgia Birders Online <GABO-L@UGA.CC.UGA.EDU>
From: Bob Crowley <crbob@LANDMARKNET.NET>
Subject: Birding and Biking
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I would like to thank everyone who sent me information on where to
bird and bike ride in Georgia. It was unbelievable the amount of
infomation I received. Special thanks to Diana Churchill for the tip on
the bike path along the highway to Tybee Island a great place to bird.
Lee Ann Reiners for her trip report which was just about what we did and
to Chuck Prine who taught me the greatest lesson . When you are in some
one territory and help is offered accept it.
I saw seventy-eight different species, three of which were life
birds, Anhinga, Wood Stork and White Ibis. We all had a good time and
will be back. Myself for more birding and less biking.
Thanks again and if I can help with information on Northern New
Hampshire please call.