[Tweeters] Neah Bay trip report and rare bird alert

Tom Benedict benedict.t at comcast.net
Wed Sep 7 20:20:14 PDT 2022

I missed the original post. Is there a proposal to shut down Tweeters? Is traffic insufficient these days to support it? Are posters weary of having to post their sightings to multiple places? What’s behind this?

Tom Benedict
Seahurst, WA

> On Sep 7, 2022, at 13:35, Nancy Tom <makingardens at gmail.com> wrote:


> I agree. Why Download and learn yet another app when part of the original intent of tweeters, I thought, was to raise the flag up the pole when an unexpected bird or rare bird came into the area.

> Nancy


> Sent from my iPhone


>> On Sep 7, 2022, at 12:57 PM, Carol Riddell <cariddellwa at gmail.com> wrote:


>> What’s the problem with continuing to post sightings to Tweeters? It will get a better spread than a WhatsApp group. Some of us, perhaps many of us, do not like to use Meta/Facebook products, due to privacy and other known concerns about Facebook, and don’t want unnecessary apps on our phones. Personally, the more places I have to check for information, the less information I find because I won’t spend my time checking multiple apps and web sites.


>> Tweeters has served us well for many years and I hope it will continue to do so, including timely reports of rare or just good birds that many would like to see. Just my two cents.


>> Carol Riddell

>> Edmonds, WA

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