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6 responses

10 01 2010
John Stanton

Hello seanetters! looking forward to joining the SEANET Blog!

take care, John

30 01 2010
brad stevens

I would like to know if a person working 8 hrs,5 days a week for 3 weeks in an extreme amount of cormorant feces without any protective clothing become ill.I was kneeling in the feces back in 2005 and have been sick since.Also I was eating my meals without being able to wash my hands with the droppings on them.Do you have any info for me.

2 05 2010
Chelsea Murphy

I was wondering if your organization has completed any surveys along the southern coast of the United States, particularly on the southern coast of Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, and the panhandle of Florida.

Please let me know as soon as possible.

Thanks,

4 05 2010
John Stanton

Hello Chelsea,

The US Fish and Wildlife Service, the agency I work for, has sent FWS Employees to the Incident Command Centers being established in LA, MS and FL. FWS staff on the Breton National Wildlife refuge and other National Wildlife refuges in LA, MS and FL have conducted surveys of bird populations on refuge lands in the past and some additional surveys have been completed in the past few days surveys to doucment bird use in the area.

I receive reports each day on the operations related to document the extend and type of impacts to birds and the corrective actions being taken.

I hope this helps to answer your question.

Take care, John

8 05 2010
stephen brezinski

Does the ‘Beached Bird Guide’ also cover Gulf Coast birds in addition to Eastern Seabird?
How quiclkly can it be delivered?

tank you,

Stephen

20 07 2010
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