Talk:Pelicans in Paradise
I've noticed a lot of traffic coming to this article, and unfortunately the map reflects the pelicans' original locations, most of which having since moved. If possible, let's try to update the map and replace the current (official, copyrighted) images with our own (free use) versions. Do you think we should take down this article in the meantime? --Admin 12:31, 7 July 2008 (CDT)
- Ah, I dunno man, whatever you want to do. Maybe we could leave a barebones article in the meantime. I dunno. dscosson ··· talk 12:53, 7 July 2008 (CDT)
The new version of the Google Maps extension has a KML import function that seems really cool. When I view the Editor's Map in the edit page, it works fine, but not when I preview or save the page. Weird... I'll investigate further. — admin • talk 14:24, 10 September 2008 (UTC)
update information please
My family and I have been "hunting" the Pelicans and there are now more than 60 located in and through out the Pensacola and surrounding areas...The highest number we have found so far is the USAF pelican on garden and palafox with the other military Pelicans. It's number 64. Is there any way you can update the page?