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May inkslinger at bellsouth.net
Mon Aug 11 19:40:32 EDT 2008


Florida's butterflies are dwindling.  I knew that already.  The FDOT 
will not still the roadside mowers, where the wildflowers are.  In Bay 
County, where I live, they tried to form a coalition for butterflies 
with the purpose of letting the flowers seed first, then mow.  At first 
FDOT was agreeable.  It saves the municipalities and state money.

But they are mowing viciously.  I just sent the local Audubon a list of 
what I've seen this year.
Hardly any.  And not even ONE sulphur. 

Bayou George, FL


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