Wrapping up the 2006 Spring Migration Study

Well, it had to come to an end sometime, so it might as well be now. Tomorrow morning Inga and I head south to Georgia for the big wedding. I’ll be back after our honeymoon around June 16th. Until then may waves of migrants beat down your doors.

Thank you for making this third spring migration study a success. Most importantly though, Good Birding!
Seaside Sparrow (Ammodramus maritimus)
Seaside Sparrow © David La Puma

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One Response to Wrapping up the 2006 Spring Migration Study

  1. Susan says:

    Thanks for the fun spring, and best wishes! Georgia hint: the last town on the coast before you hit the river that divides it from Fla. is St. Mary’s. 5 years ago it was a great non-resort fishing town. Near the Okefenokee Swamp and the access point for Cumberland Island. Got my life white pelicans there

    Highly recommended.