WOSNews Issue 162


2016 Walla Walla Conference Summary

By Jim Danzenbaker

It’s hard to believe that the WOS annual conference in Walla Walla is already a memory. I hope you enjoyed it as much as I did even though the pace was sometimes frenetic…

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Stepping Stones

By Fanter Lane

I have lived in Washington my whole life and have been able to explore all parts of the state looking for birds. One of the major ways I have been able to expand my skills as a young birder …

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What’s Next? Predicting the Next New WA State Birds

By Matt Bartels

It is always fun to speculate about the future. In the last issue of WOS News, we ended our article on the WBRC with a call for participation in a contest to guess the next five state birds. …

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Eugene Hunn -Zella M. Schultz Award Recipient

By Penny Rose

Eugene Hunn was awarded the Zella M. Schulz Lifetime Achievement Award at the 2016 Walla Walla WOS conference. This award reflects outstanding work in the field of ornithology …

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WOS Position Open: New Editor Needed

Do you want to be more involved with the inner workings of WOS? Becoming the Newsletter Editor might be just the opportunity for you…

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July 2016 Field Trips

by Jen Kunitsugu and Thomas Light

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ABA Salutes Fanter Lane

by Liz Deluna Gordon

Birding is about so many things beyond simply watching and enjoying birds. It’s also about inspiring the next generation of birders, passing on the legacy of birding and building an ethic of conservation and community. …

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Washington Field Notes August-September 2015

by Ryan Merrill

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PSYBF 2016 Awardee: Louis Kreemer

by Jon Isacoff

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