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Dr. Dan Witt

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It has been a strange year for the Bottoms and wildlife in general with the drought and dry pools in the Bottoms.  In normal years, the shore birds would be starting to appear.  I am hoping that the recent snow will put some sheet water down and that we will be able to enjoy some of the shore birds that normally appear in large numbers.  I have tried to locate the Whooping
Cranes-- I have had a couple of reports of them being in our area, but I personally have not seen them yet.  
What I have seen though, that ...

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