WOSNews Issue 170

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From the Board

By Thomas Bancroft

We discovered, just before the annual conference in September, that many members were not receiving emails from WOS…

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President’s Message

By Cindy McCormack

How in the world did I end up here? As president of WOS, for goodness sake!…
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Puget Sound Seabird Survey

By Ron Post

A Brooklyn native is making a splash in Puget Sound as the new Conservation Science Coordinator for Seattle Audubon Society…

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Book Review: A Naturalist’s Notes on Books

By Thomas Bancroft

The narrator begins the story by recounting three dreams, in one he comes eye to eye with a corncrake….
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December & February Speakers(Series)

By Ron Post

Larry Schwitters has presented the Vaux’s Happening story over 60 times locally and internationally…
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2017 Favorite Photos

by Ron Post

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January-February Field Trips

by Jen Kunitsugu

WOS field trips are each open to a limited number of participants. WOS members may join up to four trips a year…
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Washington Field Notes- October to November 2016

by Ryan Merrill

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Winter Finch Report

by Kevin Black

Our typical Pacific Northwest winter weather has settled in, and it is the time we look to our feeders and usual birding haunts in hopes that we find nomadic northern finches…
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Yellow-breasted Chat Song Sonogram

by Thomas Bancroft

The morning opened calm but suggested it would be hot before long. Cottonwoods lined Lower Umptanum Creek in Kittitas County, and patches of quaking aspens grew along the trail….
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