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Ian Worley <[log in to unmask]>
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Mon, 27 Feb 2017 19:06:56 -0500
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Red-tailed Hawk subspecies are catching birders' eyes in neighboring 
states, and now in Vermont.  How are they recognized and how should they 
be reported to eBird and the Vermont Bird Records Committee?  What if 
I'm not interested in the subspecies?

These questions are answered in a new article just published on the 
Vermont eBird website: 
http://ebird.org/content/vt/news/red-tailed-hawks-recognizing-subspecies-in-vermont/

If you have questions regarding eBird entries of subspecies, feel free 
to contact any of the six Vermont eBird county coordinators/reviewers:  
Sue Elliot, Craig Provost, Spencer Hardy, Kyle Jones, Ian Worley, and 
Kent McFarland.

Good birding to all as spring migration rolls in during the next many weeks!

Ian

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Ian Worley
Cornwall, VT

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