Re: NANFA-L-- Re: NC natives online

Derek Parr (
Mon, 13 Mar 2006 15:24:26 -0500

And here's another link "y'all" want:

all the links-in-the bottom are to excel files that list the numbers,
types, dates, etc that the NCDWQ has found seemingly everywhere in the
state per river basin. Great place to start when you're looking for
something specific, and better yet, identify something.

Glad you had a good time here in the Eno, wished I could have joined you
guys, but some of us have to 'work' in the middle of the week. ;p

-derek parr
chapel hill, nc
cape fear river basin

Todd D. Crail wrote:
> This is definately the link y'all want. I was able to plan NC without even
> having been there, and got ALL the fist I went for in the drainages that I
> was going to have time to examine. Gerald was immensely helpful in
> confirming their data and localities, and pointed us to the P. oreas
> honeyhole... But seriously, you can get all this info right out of their
> database. In fact on the Eno, Erika got a big suprise after 40 minutes of
> lesiure seining where I said "Welp. We got everything I wanted." There
> will be a whole lot more about that shortly, when I get a couple hours to
> write up a trip report.
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