[Tweeters] Extra nudge on reporting year totals to WA Birder

Paul Baerny pbaerny at gmail.com
Sun Jan 28 19:09:28 PST 2018


Nice nudge Matt. I completely agree. It's always great to look at the Wa
Birder totals every year. There's always a few birders that don't use
ebird. Myself included.

On Jan 28, 2018 6:23 PM, "Matt Bartels" <mattxyz at earthlink.net> wrote:


> Hi all -

> Just wanted to add my plug to send in your 2017 year totals to WA Birder

> for the annual summary —

> I know a lot of folks are happy enough with eBird list totals, and it does

> a pretty excellent job of generating listing totals and the like — but it

> doesn’t capture the full range of birders in our community, and the annual

> summary put together by the Knittles really is a great place to see all the

> state’s numbers in one place —

>

> You can fill out only the portions you know the answer to, no need to fill

> in every box — but I’d encourage you to send in what you’ve got and help

> build a picture of just what we’ve been up to in the state this past year

>

> Matt

>

> Matt Bartels

> Seattle, WA

>

> Begin forwarded message:

>

> *From: *Washington Birder <info at wabirder.com>

> *Subject: **[inland-NW-birders] Washington Birder List Reporting*

> *Date: *January 25, 2018 at 10:48:15 AM PST

> *To: *Inland <inland-nw-birders at uidaho.edu>

> *Reply-To: *info at wabirder.com

>

> A reminder that to participate in List or Big Day Reporting for 2017, you

> have one week left to send Washington Birder your report: info at wabirder

>

>

> If you emailed us your List Report and did not receive a confirmation

> reply, PLEASE SEND US YOUR LIST AGAIN.

>

>

> Forms are available at: http://www.wabirder.com/forms.html

>

>

> 2017 Reports will be available on the Washington Birder website after

> February 15: http://www.wabirder.com/online.html

>

>

> Updated Washington State and County Checklists and Birds in Washington

> State: a county comparison spreadsheet are now available on the Washington

> Birder website. Thank you Michael Hobbs, for maintaining the website. We

> are extremely thankful for and appreciative of his generous help, along

> with that of Matt Bartels. Without these two individuals, continuing the

> website would be very difficult!

>

>

> A sincere thank you o those who send “County First” sighting information

> to Washington Birder (info at wabirder) BTW, if you sent us information

> after the middle of December, we were already proofreading the updated

> checklists, so those additional “County Firsts” will be added during 2018.

>

>

>

> Good Birding,

>

>

> Laurie Knittle

> Washington Birder: http://www.wabirder.com/index.html

> Vancouver, WA

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