[Tweeters] Dead bird

Constance Sidles constancesidles at gmail.com
Mon Aug 9 04:13:55 PDT 2021

Dear Louise and Tweets in general, if you find a dead bird, you might also consider recording it at Seattle Audubon's new site, dBird. Seattle Audubon is trying to assemble data on dead birds and the cause of death (if known). dBird is a nationwide effort. Here is the link:

https://dbird.org/ <https://dbird.org/>

- Connie, Seattle
constancesidles at gmail.com

> On Aug 8, 2021, at 5:02 PM, Louise Rutter <louiserutter1000 at gmail.com> wrote:


> I once had instructions printed out for what to do with a dead bird to donate to the Burke Museum, and now I can’t find them. The museum website only says that I can donate dead birds and doesn’t give details.


> If I remember correctly, I label it with date, location and cause of death if known, wrap it in newspaper and then put it in a plastic bag to freeze it. Can anyone confirm this before I go ahead?


> Louise Rutter

> Kirkland

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