NO BIRD CLUB MEETING THIS MONDAY
> Due to some scheduling problems and the adverse weather of
late, we will
> not be having a meeting this coming Monday, January 11th. The
> Charleston Public Library will not be open on the third Monday
> month because of the holiday in honor of Martin Luther King,
> birthday and this coming Monday was available as an alternate.
> watch your email for an announcement of a make-up date for the
> LIST-KEEPING RESOURCE
> Are you a bird lister? Did one of your New Year's resolutions
> starting a list of all birds seen during 2010? If you have any
> in tools to start or maintain a life list, a state list or a
> of your bird observations, there is a website that can help
you do any
> of this and more. Just go to http://www.bubo.org and set up an
> account for yourself. Then you can get started with recording
> observations either as a geographic, lifelong list or as a
list for the
> calendar year. The site allows you to create multiple lists
> yard, town, county, state, country or even a world life list.
> service, created in England by birders for birders, is free
and does not
> abuse your email address after you sign up.
> EVENING GROSBEAK DISCUSSION
> The latest issue of Wonderful West Virginia magazine includes
> eloquent article written by the Handlan Chapter's own J.
> Smith. The appearance of this article has also generated a
> discussion on the West Virginia birding listserv about last
> of these Grosbeaks by participants in the discussion. With the
> exception of those folks living in higher elevation areas,
most of the
> emailers report that it has been 8 to 14 years since they have
> Evening Grosbeak. Perhaps this will be the year for all of us
> Kanawha Valley?
> John's article may be read online here:
> For more information about the West Virginia birding listserv,
> this site: http://list.audubon.org/archives/wv-bird.html