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Vermont Birds <[log in to unmask]>
Julie Waters <[log in to unmask]>
Mon, 8 May 2006 11:18:23 -0400
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Hi all-- I'm Julie Waters in Westminster, VT.  I just joined this 
list.  I'm an amateur photographer and musician.  I'm also a web 
designer, so I keep an archive of a lot of my photographs on the web, 
referenced below.  I do contract work for the state of Vermont which 
takes me all over the state, and I've gotten into the habit of just 
stopping off places to look for birds to photograph when I have the 
chance.  I met some of you yesterday at morning bird walk at 
Herrick's Cove, but I don't know any names except one or two, so hi 
to those of you who were there.

I'm still fairly new to birding, but I think I've got these right (I 
had help).  If you go to http://juliesmagiclightshow.com/, the first 
ten pictures are from yesterday's morning bird walk at Herricks Cove. 
I didn't get any good pictures of the gnatcatcher, and I didn't try 
with the yellow warbler, as I'd already done some great pictures of 
those from the week before at Parker River.   The prizes of this 
group are, of course, the American Bittern pictures.  We also saw a 
pair of green herons and a pair of glossy ibises, but I didn't get 
good pictures of either.  These pictures are of a bittern, a 
yellow-throated vireo and a least flycatcher.

--julie waters
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"It's very hard to live in a studio apartment in San Jose with a man
who's learning to play the violin."

That's what she told the police when she handed them the empty revolver.

                  --Richard Brautigan, "The Scarlatti Tilt"