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Wayne,
Depending where you are going I would probably be jealous to very jealous that
you get to go overseas for stretch. I have lived overseas for two different
years and enjoyed it.

Thanks for all your efforts on the RBA.
Larry Haugh

>
>      As of August 1, Chris Rimmer, Roz Renfrew and Kent McFarland, all
> scientists and staff members at the Vermont Institute of Natural
> Science,
> will be assuming responsibility for the Vermont RBA. My family and I
> are
> moving overseas for a period of two to five years at the beginning of
> September. Both my wife and I have a great fondness for Vermont and I
> will
> continue to monitor via the Internet the bird activity here in the
> state.
> All the best and good birding!
>
>      Thanks to the following contributors whose observations were cited
> above for the period: Brian Aust, Michael Cosgrove, John Harbison,
> David
> Hoag, Matthew Kemp, Tom Kemp, Ted Murin, Noah Perlut, Roy Pilcher,
> Barbara
> Powers, Bill and Jeanne Prue, Chris Rimmer, Dana Rohleder, Bill
> Shepherd,
> Andrew Stowe, John Sutton, and Sandy Turner.
>
>
> __________________________________
> Wayne Scott
> Compiler, VT Rare Bird Alert
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