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December 19, 2005

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Rose

Oh boy.. I was once at an Audubon meeting and looked at one of the DNR Wildlife Biologists and asked what he was going to do with the Penguin he was holding. He looked at me, confused, and said "Well, it is for the Pelican Gala" (one of our fundraisers). I didn't catch on until about 20 minutes later... whooops! ;)

Mike

According to some conservative groups, pelicans can teach us a lot about family values...

Congrats on seeing some amazing birds for the first time. Hooded merganser and bufflehead help make winter birding in the northeast tolerable.

Peter

Rose, I am heartened to know I am not the only one to have mistaken those cute swimming birds for the majestic flying birds and vice versa. Mike, mergansers and buffleheads were fun, definitely. The pintails are what blew me away, though. They are beautiful birds. Happy birding all, and thanks for the comments.

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