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Mona Cavallero mcavallero1 at comcast.net
Thu Apr 18 09:56:12 EDT 2013

I would also suggest a walk through Hurd park in east Hampton and a visit to machimoodus park nearby.  Both parks are great places for birding and will have many species of forest and field birds soon to look for and view

Mona Cavallero. 

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On Apr 18, 2013, at 9:51 AM, nightnurse860 <nightnurse860 at yahoo.com> wrote:

> Thanks for the good suggestions so far!  Yesterday I had purchased a basic ct bird field guide that she spent most the evening poring over and I'm thinking maybe a pair of binoculars for her bday coming up soon (any hints on what to look for in those??)   Durham is very close and we have a good size pond about 1/2 mile away in the state forest abutting my property  that we will venture to see what visits there... :) 
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