[Tweeters] Bird flies 7, 500 miles nonstop, breaking world record | Live Science

Jeff Gilligan jeffgilligan10 at gmail.com
Mon Jan 10 15:24:06 PST 2022




> On Jan 10, 2022, at 3:57 PM, Dennis Paulson <dennispaulson at comcast.net> wrote:

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> I was asked if it was the first photo in the article, and it wasn’t—it was the first still photo of a flying bird in the VIDEO. I hope everyone got that. The godwit busily probing before that was in the company of a couple of Great Knots.

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> Dennis

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Also at about 1:48 there appears to be a Red Knot. Fun little selection of Asian shorebirds. I am in on a plan to go shore-birding at Broome Bay in NW Australia when things open up from COVID. Love those shorebirds.

Regarding COVID: https://www.nature.com/articles/s42255-021-00507-3 <https://www.nature.com/articles/s42255-021-00507-3> (Dr. Brenner is the leading scientist regarding a variant of the B-3 vitamin (nicotinamide riboside), currently at The City of Hope (https://www.cityofhope.org/charles-brenner). People I know just haven’t gotten viruses by taking the vitamin, even over a 4 or 5 year period.

Jeff Gilligan

Willapa Bay, WA; Depoe Bay, OR, and Green Valley, AZ (where 3 Western Sandpipers and 1 Dunlin were good finds on the CBC)



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