[Tweeters] Washington Birds Volume 13 now published on the WOS
dennispaulson at comcast.net
Tue May 4 16:30:25 PDT 2021
Congratulations, Ed! That was a really big job, and you pulled it off. I’m sure everyone will be impressed by this super-issue.
> On May 4, 2021, at 1:05 PM, edswan2 at comcast.net wrote:
> The latest issue of Washington Birds, Volume 13, published in April 2021, is now available for viewing online: Washington Birds Volume 13 (April 2021) – Washington Ornithological Society (wos.org) <https://wos.org/publications/washington-birds-volume-13-april-2021/>.
> Washington Birds is the journal of the Washington Ornithological Society (WOS).
> Volume 13 of Washington Birds packs a lot of information about birds and birding in Washington State in 183 pages. It includes:
> · Four general interest articles covering diversity and inclusion in birding, habitat change, and birding highlights from all 39 Washington counties.
> · Seven articles with updates, analysis, and expanded knowledge on regularly occurring species covering topics such as the end of the Northwestern Crow as a distinct species and the “Western Flycatcher” problem in Washington.
> · Eleven articles providing species accounts for fourteen species new to the Washington State list since 2005, when the latest Birds of Washington State by Wahl et al. came out.
> · The Eleventh Report of the Washington Bird Records Committee (WBRC), previously printed in Western Birds.
> I hope you enjoy the knowledge and expertise of the contributors to this work,
> Ed Swan, editor
> Ed Swan
> Nature writer and guide
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