Does anyone else notice that some of the flashes look like different colors. 
Reds and greens. Is this just like a Doppler shift type thing or are they 
really like that?  

Linda 



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On Jun 28, 2014, at 10:43 PM, Anne Clark <anneb.cl...@gmail.com> wrote:

> It is wild out there...flashing of several kinds, low and high in trees.  
> Give that it is hard to see birds right now, it is well worth a look outside 
> for this pre-4th display.
> 
> Vic Lamoureux put a similar alert out for Broome, on the Bluewing list.  
> Apparently this is THE night so far if you are a firefly.
> 
> anne
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