Hi Mona (and others):
As we all know, VTBIRD is first and foremost for bird sightings. But I
think it's nice to see some other bird news there from time to time,
especially events offered by Audubon, VINS and other non-profits. But these
sorts of decisions are under the purview of our list's administrator, the
esteemed Ernie Buford.
But I really like Vermont eBird (http://www.ebird.org/VINS/) as the focal
point of all things birding in Vermont. It's not only a vital repository
for our bird sightings, it's also a community forum for Vermont birding
news. It'll indeed include these kinds of events once they're finalized. So
watch for the Ivory-bill schedule there. And don't forget about the VINS
Conservation Biology Department's Blog (http://www.vinsbird.blogspot.com/).
I read it daily.
>Subject: Re: Sibley Speaks on the Ivory-billed Flap
>From: Kinglet <kinglet AT ADELPHIA.NET>
>Date: Thu, 16 Mar 2006 16:49:51 -0500
>Brian and all,
>Would it be possible to have scheduled presentations posted here? I would
>like to attend and hope there will be one near Rutland. Would that be a
>"legal" use of the mailing list?
>So. Glens Falls, NY - southern Adirondack Mtns.
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