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Old Thursday 27th February 2003, 21:25   #1
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Spring arriving in Colorado.

While doing work related stuff in e. Colorado. I had 18 Sandhill Crane, a bit early for here. Lots of No. Pintails moving through and approx. 5,000 Snow Geese (a few Ross'). It was up to 20 degree F. by noon.
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Old Thursday 27th February 2003, 21:44   #2
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You're not alone, Oldsquaw. Although I've not seen any myself yet this spring, Sandhills have been reported flying north through Indiana for the past couple of weeks. And in spite of the snow storms we've been having.
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