Date Posted:06:59:17 03/21/10 Sun Author:Dennis Author Host/IP: NoHost / 22.214.171.124 Subject: Re: Flyers on the (under)ground In reply to:
's message, "Re: Flyers on the (under)ground" on 11:09:39 03/18/10 Thu
The article sounds as though the writer was forced to take the assignment rather than glad to do it. I hope they
eventually have proof the poles are being used or there
isn't much chance of more being done.
BTW, if I got this in an e-mail I don't remember seeing it.
Thanks for posting the link.
>And this is another link:
>This occured in Graham County, NC, which is where we
>spend 6 months of the year. (Dennis, I thought I had
>sent this article link to you, Ags, and Bev--maybe it
>did not get through--operator (my) error stuff!)
>Anyhow, the editor of the paper was NOT at all
>impressed by this aid offered to flyers and has
>invoked my ire several times with his comments (even
>recently). Hope the link will work, even if you have
>to copy and paste. BTW, about 2 or 3 years ago I saw
>my first (and only) northern flyer; he was in an old
>hemlock near our shed. Only saw him the one time.
>>I just paid a return visit to the Forum and decided to
>>help answer some questions that were raised regarding
>>the flying squirrels' aversion to road-crossing and,
>>in general, avoiding situations where it is "in the
>>open" and away from the the relative safety of the
>>forest or treed areas with over and under-story
>>Gliding poles were erected by North Carolina Wildlife
>>Resources Commission (NCWRC) to facilitate crossing a
>>html" target="_blank">this page for more complete
>>information and a photo of a flying squirrel gliding
>>pole being erected by the utility company for NCWRC.
>>>I am from an area of MN where there are stretches
>>>no "aerial help" where both Southerns and Northerns
>>>are native. So I can see how it would happen, but
>>>wondering in the study, what were the criteria? How
>>>far away from the road would this stuff have to be to