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Old Tuesday 4th February 2020, 19:45   #1
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US Desert Southwest - Jan. 2020

I just finished a short trip to Nevada, Utah, and Arizona. I've loaded a copy to Cloudbirders.

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Nice report - an area I would like to visit sometime.
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Nice report indeed Jeff A mere 36 lifers for me on that list!

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A great report Jeff! certainly Arizona is on my bucket ''adventures'' list.
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Great read Jeff, another Brit who has had his appetite whetted by the range of species in that area.
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A great report Jeff! certainly Arizona is on my bucket ''adventures'' list.
I love my retired RV lifestyle. However, I dearly miss living in Southeast AZ especially in migration.
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Thanks, all.

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Nice report indeed Jeff. A mere 36 lifers for me on that list!

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And payback is hell, Mike. You don't know how many times I've read your reports thinking I wish I'd been there.
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