B95 Moonbird is back May 26, 2014November 15, 2020 wfleckner Red Knot Breaking news from the ‘Friends of the Red Knot’ Facebook page: “He’s Back!! Here’s the news we’ve been waiting for!! B95 was found this morning at Reeds Beach, by Patricia Gonzalez. Truly amazing!!!” I’m so pleased to hear he’s alive and well. AdvertisementShare this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading... Related
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Great news..just in time for your degree show!
I love him! He is a clever bird! Should we invite him to our degree show?
Might be a tad difficult to accomodate!!
Not sure he can make it but I’m sure he’ll be there in spirit!
I am sure his appearence is a good omen for you – he has impeccable timing!
Lets hope you’re right, I need all the help can get!!
I manage the website Moonbirdfund.org, via WordPress, and came across your Red Knot artwork and blog in the course of updating this site today with, yes! the news of B95’s most recent sighting in Delaware Bay. I’m thrilled to see how B95’s survival story has inspired you so, and would like to share your Red Knot project with my colleague Patricia Gonzalez (B95 bander) and other scientists who would love to know of this connection. When you can, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and we can go from there!
All the best,
Meredith G. Morehouse
Conservation Specialist, Western Hemisphere Shorebird Reserve Network (WHSRN)
Manomet Center for Conservation Sciences (www.whsrn.org / http://www.manomet.org)
Thank you for your interest, I’ll email.
Now you have an international reputation!! Well done you!!