[Tweeters] What bird book are you currently reading?
billnan321 at gmail.com
Fri Mar 27 14:06:13 PDT 2020
We are not reading as much as catching up on data. We are compiling rarity data for the Lower Columbia Basin and uploading historic data to eBird. It does pass the time.
Bill and Nancy LaFramboise
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> On Mar 27, 2020, at 6:55 AM, Lonnie Somer <mombiwheeler at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Tweeters,
> Since we are housebound, I thought it might be nice to inform each other what bird books we are currently reading. I'm about halfway through "The Search for the Pink Headed Duck" by Rory Nugent, in which the author describes his adventures in India searching for this species which hadn't been been sighted for several decades and was possibly extinct. It's actually more about his adventures than birds, but is still a fun read. It was originally published back in 1991 but was reissued in 2011 (self-published, I believe).
> I'll work on a list of bird books to share that came out last year and thus far this year that I've acquired (mostly unread at this point) some time in the coming week. I find myself with less than 2 weeks to convert three courses into an online format (I teach Anthropology at a community college) and then master presenting them, so am going a bit batty.
> Good reading!
> Lonnie Somer
> Seattle (where we have always tended to keep wide social distances)
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