Correction: this is Gail King posting. Not Gail Ling, a typo in the fist one.
Begin forwarded message:
From: "Gail's Mail (Redacted sender \"kings4birds\" for DMARC)"
Date: February 13, 2020 at 5:32:33 PM CST
To: TN-bird <tn-bird@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: [TN-Bird] Owls in Dyer County
Thanks to Ruben Stoll for showing me and others roosting Long-eared Owls in
Dyer County yesterday, Feb. 12, and to Daniel Redwine who I understand
tromped around acres of soggy forest to find the roost. Ruben stood around in
cold drizzle all morning! If you’re going on Saturday, definitely wear boots,
you have to step through a flooded ditch to get to the trail.
Thanks again to The Stoll’s, Daniel, and all the great Tennessee birders who
are always looking!
Sent from my iPhone
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