I was just wondering if there is a map or if someone could explain where the 
restoration pond is, including the closest parking. I am familiar with the park 
but don’t know the area names. Thank you in advance.

... to be continued.

On Jan 15, 2018, at 9:45 AM, Joseph Girgente 
<josep...@vt.edu<mailto:josep...@vt.edu>> wrote:

The Greater White-Fronted Goose was presented in the middle of the Alley Pond 
Restoration Pond as of 9:35. Also present were a few redheads, ring-necked 
ducks, a couple greater scaup, pied-billed grebe, 2 swans, and some 
buffleheads. As of writing this email, some geese are currently flying away 
from the pond.

Joe Girgente
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