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I met you at Magee Marsh yesterday and inquired about the sign on you had on the side of your van. I carefully wrote the website down on my map I was holding and managed to throw away the map!! Please give me the website for bird watching conversations and videos.
Hi Terry, It was great to meet you as well. Magee Marsh is one of our top favorite places for spring migration. Thank you for inquiring about BirdCallsRadio. The address is http://www.birdcallsradio.com and you can find all the information right at that website. Any questions feel free to contact me here http://www.kymrygroup.com or on http://www.BirdcallsRadio.com. Have a wonderful day. Cheers, Mardi Dickinson
What beautiful pictures!
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Thank you for including us in your article about Bedford 2020 Environmental Action day on
“How to Be Green”. Great Job! Thank you and take care!
I look forward to any photography workshops and Aperture 3 classes you or Towny might offer. Another friend has recommended the 24-105 for landscape photos which I hope to get more of in the sanctuary. I think I’ll be putting that on my Christmas list. Very good job with your blog.
We will certainly let you know when we start our photography workshops and
Aperture 3 lessons. Look for our announcements after the New Year.
The 24-105 is a sweet lens and we use it all the time. Along we use the 16-35
too but not as much. Depends on the subject.
Mardi: I love you site it is so……..exciting!! You have done an outstanding job with this. Hope to see you next time you are in Cape May. Dagmer
Thank You Dagmer for your lovely words of encouragement. My hope is that this blog will be a wonderful platform to discuss a variety of subjects and images with others. This will also be a complement my website when launched in the near future., with tens of thousands of Rights Managed Images and Fine Art Prints for sale. I hope you enjoy some of my surprises along the way that will delight your senses.
Could you let me know if the white-tail kite is still being seen? We were planning on leaving around 4 this afternoon from Ohio. Would appreciate if you could reply.
Mary Ann Faruque
Hi Mary Ann, Yes as of today Friday 10/8 the White-tailed kite ( now here for 69 day) had been around early this morning and also late this afternoon. From 4:07PM till around 6:20PM. Stratford Point address is 1207 Prospect Drive, Stratford Connecticut. Good Luck and safe driving!