Date: 12/2/18 3:35 pm
From: Jamie Adams (via carolinabirds Mailing List) <carolinabirds...>
Subject: Re: Pamilco County
Hello Folks,

I saw the Ross’s Goose today and it was not at the treatment plant. It was half a mile east clearly viewable from the road without stepping on any private property. The eBird report I put in marks the location exactly.

Jamie Adams
Wilmington, NC

> On Dec 2, 2018, at 6:31 PM, Adams, Jamie <Jamie.Adams...> wrote:
> Sent from my iPhone
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>> From: Christine Stoughton-Root <carolinabirds...> <mailto:<carolinabirds...>>
>> Date: December 2, 2018 at 6:19:23 PM EST
>> To: "<carolinabirds...> <mailto:<carolinabirds...>" <carolinabirds...> <mailto:<carolinabirds...>>
>> Subject: Pamilco County
>> Reply-To: Christine Stoughton-Root <cssrbdr...> <mailto:<cssrbdr...>>
>> Hi Everyone
>> Just for your information the Ross’s Goose off of 304 is in a restricted area and is posted as such.
>> So please do not go in without permission. Pamlico Co. birders would not like to loose access to this area.
>> If you would like to see this goose you may email me and we can see about getting permission for access.
>> Thank you.
>> Christine Stoughton Root
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