Date: 7/21/20 10:27 am
From: Collins, Fred (Commissioner Pct. 3) <Fred.Collins...>
Subject: [texbirds] Re: Any word on the Blue and White Swallow?
Thanks for that. I was not aware of those restrictions. Too bad, not often a swallow will stay put.



From: Justin Bosler <justin.bosler...>
Sent: Tuesday, July 21, 2020 12:16 PM
To: Collins, Fred (Commissioner Pct. 3) <Fred.Collins...>
Cc: 4 Texbirds Maillist <texbirds...>
Subject: Re: [texbirds] Any word on the Blue and White Swallow?

Hi Fred,

Thanks for creating an email thread regarding this very remarkable find, if proven to be a Blue-and-white Swallow of South American origin. Yes, it was seen by multiple birders this morning. The location is a private community so a lot of us are waiting to hear whether public access will be granted and how that will work given a number of complications, most notably a shelter-in-place order in Hidalgo County.

Standing by,

Justin Bosler
Austin, Texas

On Tue, Jul 21, 2020 at 12:09 PM Collins, Fred (Commissioner Pct. 3) <Fred.Collins...><mailto:<Fred.Collins...>> wrote:
Any more on this bird today?

Fred Collins
Director, Kleb Woods Nature Preserve
20303 Draper Road
Tomball, Texas 77377

Commissioner Steve Radack
Precinct 3, Harris County<<7CFred.Collins...>%7Ce04bda9a031e4b204bea08d82d99c716%7C0d9bc79c581b4477acf78d70dd3e555a%7C0%7C0%7C637309485783902587&sdata=HTpwoE5R66%2FMI%2BwNUfPkXY8dgFu5KQE7FOcOe893jTQ%3D&reserved=0>

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