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 I can honestly say the way I view my profession has evolved through time as a direct result of the discussions I've had around the UJ campfire.  

Now remember young feller, you still have a rain check to hunt NB with me. Considering the age and decrepitude of the issuer don't wait too long :<img src=:'>

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Newwood Hunter
Huge accomplishment!  Congrats and thanks for making us in WI look halfway respectable...
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PartridgeCartridge

Congrats to you Eric. Or is it "Doctor Blomberg"?

Now do something meaningful with that knowledge and make an impact so we can all look back and say "I knew RI, and he made a difference."

Very few can say that.

Good luck.

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Damn, he's gonna be even harder to argue with from now on.

Seriously, Congratulations and it makes me feel good there is someone looking after our critters like you!

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Damn, I always new dude was smart but damn. Congrats to you and a wonderful accomplishment.

Billy

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Rail hunter

Erik, congratulations! Now just don't make the same mistake that I did and leave field work too soon.  Get your fill before you you move on up the ladder and leave the field work behind.  Best of luck in your career.

Ernie

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Roost em 1st

Seems like yesterday I was staring at photos of a kayak with dead ducks courtesy of the grad student.

Now he's chasing different birds and is a Dr.

Congratulations Dr. Blomberg.

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Huntschool

Erik:  Congrats and welcome to the world of wildlife science.

May you find the interest that I found years ago and may you also be able to follow your questions to the "Why" of all of this as an energy that drives you.

Remember those that came before you and respect their research and findings....  Look to the people behind you and mentor and lead them through the maze that is wildlife research...  Trust no statistics until you have stuck your hands in the dirt and listen closely to the old timers who may not have used computers.....

The Ph.D is a charm to prize.... use it wisely my friend... and colleague.

But perhaps most of all.... remember yourself and your folks for who you are....

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