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TRIBUNE Inside Wednesday, April 14, 2004 Page 3 brings researchers from Louisiana- one J)urces along the could affect the of the blue- they do not find they will be in when they at the nesting and may not lay if they do lay may have to e nest for food and occur. !Said the project is effort with and the Fish and Game He also noted other state the fly way rating to the about sev- five vol- at various Bluebill print by Ross H. Hier, spotters will be given a are randomly township sites are working in. assistant, Tony from the Fish and Game the bluebills. are checked for dissected and are taken. are frozen to the uni- analvsis. the Lipids they are able to ago they ate of the food another group of will come in to samples to the quality of available at Sites they are cap- go to hunt work with ,OWners, notiL'ing What they are important to relations with c of one check the maple tree just window on our landing. Long snow is melted, Patiently waiting appearance. they are to popping by the time published, I will miniature copy for reporting sightings. them. They also contact local conservation departments to let them know they will be working in a particular area. Afton said most of the funding for the project comes from private grants, and grants in kind. They are stang at a house on the Talcot Reserve headquarters. Contrary to popular belief we try to use our money as efficiently as possible. They will work the project through the first part of May. We will follow the migration as it heads towards the Canadian nesting grounds. We really have enjoyed the area. People have been very cooperative and the local DNR people have been great allowing us to use some of their equip- ment. ing to life. My husband and I eagerly awaited the birth of each child. We were full of hopes and dreams, Our first baby took a long time making his appearance. The second baby was more punctual in his arrival. Spring is like that. We leep looking at the signs that spring is just around the corner. Sometimes Spring surprises us and arrives quickly. Other years, like 2004, Spring seems to be teasing us by its slow arrival. stephan] ! Warm tempera- CLASSIFIED ADS Is sp=i to me SMALL PRICE my babies in the spring, just BIG RESULTS was com- Nordsiden ARIES for Ethel Nordsiden April 10, 2004 at Church in Walnut , With Bonnie K. Lomen offici- Nancy Hamack with nlUsic by grandchildren. casket bearers were Gary Thoma, Debbie Vickerman, Tammy Syverson. Casket bear- Hanson, Clair Hanson, Kim Thoma, Jeff Johnson. Interment was in the Walnut Walnut Grove, MN. 2004 Ethel Nordsiden died at her home in MN at the age of 85. was born February 10, 1919 in Township, Redwood County, Minnesota to Ellen (Hegwood) Johnson. She was bap- 6, 1930 in Revere, MN and confirmed on 1935 at Revere Lutheran Church by Rev. Olaf grew up in the Revere area; graduating with Grove High School. 3, 1940 Ethel was united in marriage to Winfred She lived in Walnut Grove the rest of her life. remembered for her 35 years at Peterson Drug cokes and "school girl" sundaes to genera- After her retirement, she sewed for the museum. Ethel collected owls totalling over four hundred. include her children: Sondra (Don) Coulter of (Roy) Syverson of Tracy, Ellen (Bruce) rove and Dannie (Margaret) Nordsiden of randchildren: Jeff [3yverson, Robert Vickerman, Kelly Thoma, and randchildren; Brianna, Bethany, ffany, Tasha, and Jennifer. her inladysG were her parents; husband - Fraham and Dorothy Dressow; Lawrence and Leroy Johnson; several nephews. to be exact i ;/ How to report painted bluebills Researchers are asking for the public's help in spotting color-coded blue- bills (lesser scaup) as they migrate through Minnesota and other Upper Midwest states. Up to 3,000 ducks are being trapped, banded and spray-painted in southern Iowa. The goal is to track their migra- tion route as they travel to their breeding grounds in northern Canada. The public is encour- aged to report marked birds, including the date, place, color of paint, sex of duck, if known, num- ber of bluebills seen on the same lake, and the person's name, address and phone number. Sightings can be sub- mitted by e-mail to Scaup_Project@LSU. EDU ,by phone at 1-888-MIN- NDNR (1-888-646-6367), by fax at 225-578-4144 or at wildlife. Those who report a color-marked duck wilLget a compli- mentary pen-and-ink scaup art print. 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