Whoops - obviously not meant for the whole list. Should at least add a bird
note - saw bluebirds and a kingfisher yesterday at Muddy Brook Park in
South Burlington. The kingfisher was hunting in that gross sleet. I watched
her for a bit and 3x she made a trill call and then dove into water. Made
me wonder if the trill had any effect on fish.
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On 25 March 2017 at 18:45, Teage O'Connor <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Want to go to this with me?
> Teage O'Connor
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> On 25 March 2017 at 17:29, Bruce MacPherson <00000017afe5cb7a-dmarc-
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>> Speaker: Arthur V. Gilman
>> Date/Time: Wednesday, March 29, at 6:30 P.M.
>> Location: Richmond Public Library, Bridge St. Richmond, VT
>> Sponsor: Green Mountain Audubon Society
>> In this program Vermont native Art Gilman, acclaimed author of “New Flora
>> of Vermont”, will highlight selected botanical subjects important to
>> Vermont's environment. Art will explore some of the most interesting
>> Vermont plants in depth – from ferns to orchids to roses to asters,
>> including a few “new items” not found in the New Flora book. Art will share
>> some interesting plant stories from Vermont, discuss invasive species, and
>> highlight their relevance to the ecology of Vermont's landscape.
>> Art Gilman is a botanist and a principal in the firm of Gilman & Briggs
>> Environmental, specializing in threatened and endangered plants throughout
>> northern New England.
>> This program is free and open to the public. Free parking is available on
>> Hope to see some of you there.
>> Bruce MacPherson