WOSNews Issue 166

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Sarvey, Wylie, and An Act of Compassion

By Kathy Hartman

On a cold day this February I was birding at Wiley Slough in the Skagit Valley when I saw an eagle standing on the ground, staring into
the water from between the crumbling reeds….

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Washington Birder’s Guide Is Going Online!

By Jane Hadley

Birders of Washington state soon will be able to get and give current information online about birding spots all over the state…
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Mason County Field Trip Photos

By Ron Post

The March 25 WOS field trip led by Matt Bartels has become a regular offering and ranges over a variety of habitats…

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Meet a New WOS Member: Deborah Heiden

By Ron Post

From her office more than 40 floors above the streets of downtown Seattle,Deborah Heiden can sometimes watch the flight of Peregrine Falcons that usually nest atop the 1201 3rd Avenue building…
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Incoming WOS Officials

By Jim Danzenbaker

I am thrilled to announce that the spirit of volunteerism is alive in the WOS community! Introducing our new Acting Secretary (will be confirmed via WOS membership vote in early August pursuant to WOS bylaws) and Membership Chair…

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March-April 2017 Field Trips

by Matt Bartels

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Join WOS Monthly Meetings Remotely!

by WOS Board

WOS members, in particular those who do not live in the Seattle area, have a way to join – virtually!…
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From the Board: 2017 Conference Update

by Ed Swan

Fall is rushing toward us and with it comes this year the WOS Annual Conference, Thursday, Sept. 21 through Monday, Sept. 25 at Semiahmoo in Blaine…
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