[wisb] text from October edition of Am. Bird Conservancy newsletter
- From: "William Mueller" <iltlawas@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- To: "wisbirdn" <wisbirdn@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 26 Oct 2009 19:14:51 -0500
The text from the October issue of Bird Calls, the electronic newsletter of the Am. Bird Conservancy, is available to anyone in WSO for the asking. Since this is a 26-page Word document, I cannot attach it to this message, but I'm willing to send it to individuals if you indicate your interest with an e-mail to me. And I won't ask you if you're a WSO member, or not. Here's an index to the articles included: Victory for Spotted Owl Conservation EPA Puts Breaks on Bird-Killing Pesticide A Critical Time for Decisions on Wind Power Scientists to Investigate Impacts of Wind Energy on Migratory Wildlife House Passes Bill to Authorize Bird Conservation Joint Ventures Act for Songbirds Update: Bill Passes Senate Committee; Awaits Full Vote Act for Songbirds Progress to Date Reserve Expansion Aids Threatened Species in Brazil and Peru Bird Trade Continues to Harm Endangered Species in South America Study Finds Outdoor Cats Easy Prey for Coyotes, Recommends Keeping Cats Indoors Will the Hawaiian Hawk be Removed from the Endangered Species List? Recovering Hawaiian Crow a Big Job ABC Petitions EPA to Ban Import of Food Containing Pesticide Residues EPA to Review Pesticide Impacts on Endangered Species in Bay Area EPA Registers Harmful Rodenticide, Opens Door to Bird Poisonings Big Wins for Birds on National Forests New Study to Help Spectacular Hummingbird Loggerhead Shrike Clings On in Canada States and Communities Tackle Light Pollution Harmful to Migratory Birds Saltmarsh Birds Threatened by Sea-Level Rise Mexican Wetland Threatened with Development FWS Taking Action to Enforce the Migratory Bird Treaty Act ABC Calls for Action to Halt Mountaintop Mining Contaminants Plague Osprey in Chesapeake Bay Two Bird Species Proposed for Canadian ESA Listing Selenium, Ducks and the Great Salt Lake Idaho Plan to Kill Pelican Lacks Justification Former Shooting Now a Bird Sanctuary, but Annual Barbados Shorebird Continues ABC Works to Include AZE in the Convention on Biological Diversity Nesting Sites Found for Rare Peruvian Tern New Greater Sage-Grouse Numbers May Influence FWS Listing Decision, Threaten Wind Energy Development Montana Easement Protects Habitat for Migrant Waterfowl Ashy Storm-Petrel Not Endangered, Says Interior Department Obama Administration Confronts ESA Backlog NEWS BRIEFS ABC Releases New BNN Video Highlighting the State of the Birds Report Bushbird Found at Cerulean Warbler Reserve Study Debunks Alleged Benefits of Trap, Neuter, Release Murrelet Population in Nosedive Birdwatchers No Featherweights in Contributions to Economy California State Legislature Advances the "Pet Responsibility Act" Waterfowl Numbers Up Artificial Nest Boxes at Tapichalaca Showing Success William P. Mueller Conservation Chair - Wisconsin Society for Ornithology (WSO) Project Coordinator - Milwaukee County Avian Migration Monitoring Partnership (MCAMMP) (414) 643-7279 (262) 638-0735 E-mail: iltlawas@xxxxxxxxxxxxx work e-mail: bmueller@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx On the web: http://home.earthlink.net/~iltlawas/index.html Blog: http://bluebirdslaugh.blogspot.com #################### You received this email because you are subscribed to the Wisconsin Birding Network (Wisbirdn). To UNSUBSCRIBE or SUBSCRIBE, use the Wisbirdn web interface at: http://www.freelists.org/list/wisbirdn. To set DIGEST or VACATION modes, use the Wisbirdn web interface at: http://www.freelists.org/list/wisbirdn. Visit Wisbirdn ARCHIVES at: http://www.freelists.org/archives/wisbirdn.
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