Re: [cayugabirds-l] SNOW HELP-Please-Thanks

2014-01-29 Thread John Confer
My gosh, I wouldn't have guessed that I could get so many helpful tips about somewhat sedentary SNOW. Thanks so much. The 16 person field trip looks like it may well be a success. Of course, the weather forecast is now for warming (which you might think was a blessing, except) with

Re: [cayugabirds-l] SNOW HELP-Please

2014-01-28 Thread Dave Nutter
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[cayugabirds-l] SNOW HELP-Please

2014-01-27 Thread John Confer
About a month ago the instructor for the IC course in Conservation Biology asked me if I would lead a Sat. extra activity trip to look for SNOW for students in the class . I said yes and we talked about the biggest invasion in 20-40 years. I may have given the impression that SNOW were