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December 05, 2006


Jeffrey Hunter

I saw Melinda speak here in Chattanooga at a Tennessee Ornithological Society meeting. She is doing great work, and carrying on the legacy of the late great Ted Parker. Here on the Cumberland Plateau, the Cerulean's favored breeding grounds are found. Hopefully the bird's habitat can be protected at both ends of their migration so future generations can enjoy this tiny forest gem.

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