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Re: Herping the Tigris and Euphrates...

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Posted by nightwalker on April 05, 2003 at 15:34:02:

In Reply to: Herping the Tigris and Euphrates... posted by TJ. on April 05, 2003 at 14:18:29:

if you really want to go i hear the Army is looking for afew good men I did my time and got herp lots of fun places except Alaska not much there
:...Anyone been through the area lately?!!! I've been following Ted Koppel on the way to Baghdad (from the relative safety of my easy chair..that is) and it appears that he hasn't been bitten by anything poisonous yet. Thanks to the sattelite imagery provided by EarthViewer and Digital Globe...I've become real curious as to the geography and herps of Iraq. I admit that I havn't done much of an info search yet so thought I would start here. Looks like they would have both desert and lowland river valley species to play with. Just curious. I can only get as far as exploring the Big Sioux Valley (border of South Dakota and Iowa) this summer and probably won't quite make it to the Mid-East anytime soon! Thanks. TJ.

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