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Happenings at Hopland REC
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by Steve Stump
on June 16, 2015 at 7:17 AM
Congratulations Bob!!!!!!!
by Brook Gamble
on June 16, 2015 at 10:09 AM
Bob, boy will you be missed around here! Who will split bird seed with me now and alert me when the white-throated sparrows are lurking in the bushes? Who will share their encyclopedic knowledge and photo libraries about anything natural history related? Who will deftly and humanely relocate the snakes? Who will share their grand marnier chocolate moose?!?! Come to think of it, you might need to change your cell number when you retire... Thanks for all the help and mentoring you have provided personally and with the Inland Mendocino California Naturalist Program!
by Charles A Raguse
on June 20, 2015 at 8:20 AM
Bob Keiffer's legacy of service to the Hopland Field Station, his contributions to the avocation of birding and its literature, and not the least by any means, his skills as a professional photographer in subject-areas beloved by many, is a legacy that will last for all time.  
And kudos to the photographer who captured the essence of his personality. Amazing. It should appear, exactly as shown here, on the cover of a book that can be widely available as a tribute to the contributions of one Robert J. Keiffer.  
As the saying goes, Bob, "Live long and Prosper" Charlie
by John R. Anderson
on July 10, 2015 at 4:48 PM
As I probably was one of the first UC profs conducting field research at HREC to benefit from the biological knowledge of Bob I gratefully send my thanks to him for jobs well done and to wish him all the best upon his retirement. We spent some good and interesting times together while pioneering the use of various deer models to study the seasonal dynamics and unique attacking behaviors of the throat bot flies that parasitize deer.
 
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