Date: 4/1/17 9:12 am
From: Joe Roller <jroller9...>
Subject: Re: [cobirds] Burrowing Owls and security guards, Adams county
I was curious about the extra vigilance you have described, so I researched
the issue on line.

It turns out that there was a recent Interpol bulletin about the threats
and damage to reservoirs, especially
in parts of Great Britain and Germany. Terrorists have been posing as
birders in order to avoid arousing suspicion
from security guards.
Dressed as birders, with binoculars, muddy boots and field guides, these
miscreants have been found
lurking close to large reservoirs. When no one seemed to be watching, one
Isis commando was videotaped
heaving a gunny sack full of zebra mussels over a fence, where it plopped
into Fulz Reservoir, which is the
main water supply of Stuttgart, near the air force base.
When caught, he explained (translated from Farsi), "No way was I going to
wear a suicide vest, so I opted for
the safer act of slowly destroying that reservoir with these noxious,
invasive bivalves."

Be wary though out this day in early April, and the rest of month too.

Joe Roller, Denver


On Sat, Apr 1, 2017 at 8:41 AM, Susan Rosine <u5b2mtdna...> wrote:

> There is an area where signs are posted No Stopping or Parking (something
> like that), but I've always pulled over every where else along that road. I
> wouldn't worry about it. She must be new. They know birders are always on
> that road.
> Susan Rosine
> Thornton
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