[Tweeters] Washington Birder List Reports for 2020 - deadline this
mattxyz at earthlink.net
Thu Jan 28 15:56:39 PST 2021
Hi all -
A reminder that we are nearing the deadline to send in your 2020 List reports for WA Birders annual compilation.Deadline is January 31 - this Sunday. We’d welcome life list reports , year list reports, and big day reports from the state or any counties in WA.
I’d encourage you to take part - it is great to see these numbers in one place. You can see the report from 2019 here: http://wabirder.com/docs/listreport2019.pdf <http://wabirder.com/docs/listreport2019.pdf>
To submit 2020 totals, go to this link: http://wabirder.com/forms.html <http://wabirder.com/forms.html>
For those who have already submitted their info: Thanks for getting those in!
2020 List Reports: I’ve believe I’ve confirmed receipt for all list reports received by last weekend. Any that have come in since then should expect to hear from me within the week. If you’ve sent something in and not heard from me by a week or so after sending, please feel free to ping me!
Big Day reports: I’ve been slower on confirming receipt of these, but will try to send confirmations this weekend.
> Begin forwarded message:
> From: Matt Bartels <mattxyz at earthlink.net>
> Subject: [Tweeters] Washington Bird List Reports for 2020 - send em in!
> Date: January 1, 2021 at 4:42:52 AM PST
> To: Tweeters <tweeters at u.washington.edu>, inland-nw-birders at uidaho.edu
> Happy 2021, everyone!
> Now’s the time to wrap up those listing details from 2020.
> January 31, 2021 is the deadline to send Washington Birder your 2020 List Report.
> List Report and Big Day forms are available on the WA Birder website at: http://www.wabirder.com/forms.html <https://urldefense.com/v3/__http://www.wabirder.com/forms.html__;!!JYXjzlvb!ySK7eFk6K3ejlXJJFeY25hwQHhTo4DkajqvKucXWU7forRWgkCD4zc5yeC7NKREAdsQKXJYYZQ$>
> The annual list report is a great chance to look at the community and appreciate all the many accomplishments out there. You don’t have to enter details for every category listed, just send in info for those important to you. If you are on eBird, almost all the totaling is done for you - just remove the oddball extra species that will count in eBird but not elsewhere [some domestic origin birds like parrots & chickens, and for now Northwestern Crow], and you’ll have your totals.
> I know of many people who have set personal high counts this year in their home counties - it would be excellent receive that info for the overall report.
> Enjoy the new year, and send in the old!
> Matt Bartels
> Washington Birder
> info at wabirder.com <mailto:info at wabirder.com>
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