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1  Member Activities / Vacations and Holidays / In Washington DC on: 23-Sep-15, 08:35:30 pm
I want to share my happiness and this picture, taken when I met in person Mary and Paul Hamilton during a small trip I made to WDC few days ago.
2  Member Activities / Birthdays / Re: Happy Birthday, Mirta! on: 18-Jan-15, 09:55:34 am
Hi, Everybody!!
Thanks for all the wonderful messages!
These last 2 years have been very busy, and I have had less time to visit this forum. But I follow the news through facebook!
Happy new year and hope this will be a great year for all the beautiful animals we love! Including falcons, spiders, bats, shorebirds... Smiley
3  Member Activities / Birthdays / Re: ^^Happy Birthday Mirta^^ on: 17-Jan-13, 02:54:02 pm
Thank you sooo much for your messages and wishes!
Love all the spiders and bats!
It was a warm birthday with my children and friends and good wines!!
4  Member Activities / Vacations and Holidays / Happy Holidays! on: 12-Dec-12, 12:48:35 pm
My best wishes to all of you!!
5  Anything Else / Totally OT / Re: Bad news on Anne in Toronto - Obit top of page #3 on: 26-Nov-12, 01:28:24 pm
Well, I,m here again.
Thanks Shaky, we will see if now is forever!
I really appreciate your warm words and wishes for my knee surgery (will be in December 19th)
 spider spider
6  Anything Else / Totally OT / Re: Tracking the Grounding of the Costa Concordia on: 22-Jan-12, 08:29:35 am
Very interesting. I will show it to my husband who is ship pilot in all the ports of Patagonia.
I´ve travelled a lot on big merchant ships and in crusiers in Antartica, and it seems to me very weird to watch a ship sailing directly to the near coast at 15knots
7  Other Nature Related Information / General Nature Discussion / Re: Bats under a tile roof! on: 21-Jan-12, 07:07:30 pm
wow. A lot of poor bats.
The way they erradicate them is crazy. The poor bats are forced to fly during day, probably they fell in the neighborhood, increasing the chance that pets and children enter in contact with the bats...
8  Anything Else / Totally OT / Re: Happy Batty New Year on: 20-Jan-12, 05:50:19 pm
Thanks Mirta, same to you. I wish you would have said something sooner about not being able to get on the forum. I'm so sorry but so glad you are back now with the help of Shaky. Next time, right away OK?!! wave

Thanks Donna. It happens that I wrote using my yahoo account, thinking they will reach the yahoo group, but never realized they didn´t-

9  Anything Else / Totally OT / Happy Batty New Year on: 20-Jan-12, 03:30:23 pm
Because I could´t access the forum, I didn`t send you any Xmas or New Year salutation.
so, I want to wish every one of you a very Happy Chinese New Year. This is a Year of the Dragon. And more important, 2012 will celebrate the International Year of the Bats, promoted by UNEP and CMS.
So, Happy and Batty 2012!

10  Member Activities / Birthdays / Re: Happy Birthday Mirta on: 20-Jan-12, 10:26:53 am
What a wonderfull binch of birthday messages!!
Thank you to all of you!
It is great to have access here after so many months!
11  Anything Else / Totally OT / Re: A question from Mirta on: 19-Jan-12, 08:21:19 pm
It works!!
thanks Shaky!
12  Anything Else / Totally OT / Re: Grab the closest book... on: 08-Aug-11, 12:36:19 pm
New results are encouraging

13  Other Nature Related Information / General Nature Discussion / Re: Horseshoe crabs are latest flooding victims in Downe Township NJ on: 21-May-11, 08:38:09 am
thanks for posting this
As you know, I was in Delaware Bay last week representing Argentina during its 25th celebration as the first site of Western Hemispheric Shorebird Reserve Net. Things there, for shorebirds and horseshoe crabs are really bad, so this is really another bad new. But there is hope with people still fighting, all together, focused in solve the problems each one with a little or big effort. That people picking up and releasing horseshoe crabs are part of the solution, part of the web that can save  horseshoe crabs and shorebirds
I`m working now in shorebirds and bat conservation, but I`m first an aracnologist who love spiders. So I learnt how a web had created a lot of differents solutions and possibilities. Spiders are so succesfull beecouse they can spin webs....
If we can construct, spin a powerful web of people, ngos, agencies concerned and working together for horseshoe crabs and shorebirds, we can, for sure, save them.
Spreading the news is an important contribution!
Mirta  spider
14  Anything Else / Totally OT / Re: Nora in Iowa... on: 20-May-11, 10:32:27 pm
Thanks for the update, Anne.
Hope Nora get well soon, with stronger muscles in her legs and her arms to control leashes, border collies and squirrels!
Hugs to both of you
15  Anything Else / Totally OT / Re: The Loss of a Rochester Falcon Watcher - Kathy G. on: 26-Mar-11, 09:37:48 am
How sad is this...
My deepest condolences to her famly and friends.
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