Sunday, April 08, 2007

Random Gleanings from the BirdSphere #14

Introduction: A daily (or as often as I can find time to compile it) feature that highlights recent entries from North American bird blogs listed in my blogroll; also see here.

Random Blog of the Day:
News from the 2007 Search – This blog associated with the Ivory-billed Woodpecker webpage at the University of Windsor provides periodic updates of happenings in the search for this species along the Choctawhatchee River in the Florida Panhandle, by Dan Mennill in Windsor, Ontario (online since January 2007)
Random Entry of the Day (excerpt):
The Rising and Falling of the Choc

The Choctawhatchee River (“the Choc” to the syllabically conservative) carries rainfall collected over a substantial section of the Florida panhandle and a large section of southeastern Alabama. The river is not regulated by any major dams. When a rainstorm hits, the water level on the Choc rises, sometimes by as much as a foot or two per day.
[Click here to read more of this entry, as originally posted by Dan Mennill on March 31, 2007]
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