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I am happy to drive to Riverlands for the CAS field trip --- but I also will
be staying for the "gull show" late in the afternoon.
Jean Leonatti
Boone County
Columbia, MO
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From: MO Wild Bird Forum [mailto:[log in to unmask]]On Behalf Of
Harold D Anderson
Sent: Tuesday, December 07, 2004 3:46 PM
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Subject: Re: CAS Field trip


Is anyone else planning to stay for the California Gull coming to roost?
Edge's car probably won't hold all of us that would like to stay to try
for the CA Gull!!
Kathleen

On Tue, 7 Dec 2004, Edge Wade wrote:

> I am looking forward to driving a car to the CAS field trip to
> Riverlands Dec. 11.
> I can take 3 passengers.
> However, if we have not seen the California Gull by our normal
> get-out-of-Dodge time to beat the I-70 traffic clog (and by reports,
> most sightings are after 2:30), I will hang around to look for the gull,
> then depart--possibly even after a supper in Alton.  Anyone riding with
> me may have a relatively late return to Columbia.
>
> Edge Wade
> Columbia, MO
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> On Tuesday, December 7, 2004, at 07:47 AM, Carl Gerhardt wrote:
>
> > The Columbia Audubon Society will have a field trip to Riverlands this
> > coming Saturday, December 11. We will meet at the parking lot of
> > Patricia's
> > food store (formerly Nowells) near the SE junction of I70 and 63 at
> > 6:45 am
> > and will be joining a field trip of the St Louis Audubon Society at 9
> > am at
> > Riverlands (Teal Pond parking lot). The return time can be flexible,
> > depending on the number of people and cars. Please respond to me offline
> > ([log in to unmask]) if you want to come and if you are willing to
> > drive
> > your vehicle. Dress warmly and bring lunch unless you want to forage at
> > the
> > FICA convenience store. We will be looking for winter gulls (and an
> > expert -
> > Pat Leuders- will be with the St. Louis group), but snow buntings,
> > tundra
> > swans, and scoters are other possibilities. Riverlands is almost always
> > good
> > for large numbers of ducks and eagles.
> >
> > Carl Gerhardt, Field Trip Coordinator, CAS
> > Columbia
> >
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