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I'll probably get flamed (or canned) for this....but on a similar slant... I
just love to get on MObirds and read about what everyone is finding all over
good old mother earth.  I work 60 hrs a week, am raising 6 on a single
income,  and would gladly sell one or two of the kids just to get to go find
some wonderful birds in  Europe? Bahamas? Ireland?   I forget what all
states and countries have been mentioned in the past few months, but there
have been dozens.  It's hard enough having to hear about the owls in
Minnesota and the huge invasion in south Texas.

Leslie Koller
Sikeston, Scott County


----- Original Message -----
From: "Jim Zellmer" <[log in to unmask]>
To: <[log in to unmask]>
Sent: Saturday, February 12, 2005 8:44 PM
Subject: Re: Owl mystique


> "And heaven help anyone who finds a Barn Owl and tells only a few
> friends!"  Ann Downing
>
> I find it some what disturbing when someone will report a find, like a
> Barn Owl, and then talk about how such great looks they had but are unable
> to share this wonderful experience with other birders because it is on
> private land and "I can't tell you".  So for who's benefit is the
> reporting being made?  Certainly, there are alot of us who have not seen a
> Barn Owl in Missouri and would appreciate a great view of one, especially
> to a new birder.
>

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