[TN-Bird] Update from the Lab of Ornithology

  • From: "Shane" <tshane@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <tn-bird@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>, <bristol-birds@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>, <birdky@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 12 Dec 2005 20:07:51 -0500

Here is some more information on the Ivory-Billed Woodpecker from the Lab of 
Ornithology.
Shane Adams
East of Hamblen County
Morristown, TN.37813



Greetings Lab members and friends,
 
We'd like to share with you another update from our Ivory-billed Woodpecker 
search team in Arkansas. The search is well underway, with a full-time crew now 
joined by the first group of volunteers this field season. To learn what 
they've been up to, read our Ivory-bill Bulletin. You can meet the crew and 
find out what an interesting and dedicated group they are. Join field 
technician Sarah Warner of Michigan in the swamp via her personal journal.
 
Today and tomorrow, more than a dozen journalists are joining the search team 
in the swamps at the invitation of the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, the 
Cornell Lab of Ornithology, The Nature Conservancy, Arkansas Game & Fish 
Commission, and Arkansas Audubon. They'll get a first-hand view of life as an 
ivory-bill searcher, will receive detailed information about search strategies 
and technology, and will learn more about efforts to conserve the ivory-bill's 
habitat. Keep an eye on the news or check our web site for the latest 
ivory-bill articles.
 
We'll keep you posted as the search develops!
--
 
The holidays are coming up, and if you're looking for gifts, we hope you'll 
consider these ideas. They're great for bird lovers and help benefit the 
Cornell Lab of Ornithology's efforts in bird research, education, and 
conservation.
 
1.  Give the gift of membership­help support the Lab of Ornithology and spread 
the joy of learning more about birds. For $40, your favorite birder will 
receive Living Bird and BirdScope for one year, discounts on citizen-science 
projects, and more. For more information, visit our membership web pages or 
call (800) 843-2473.
 
2. Make a gift toward conservation and send an exclusive Ivory-billed 
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"support team" T-shirts, copies of The Grail Bird signed by author and Living 
Bird editor Tim Gallagher, and prints by famed artist George Miksch Sutton are 
available for gifts of $100 or more. Your gift supports conservation of 
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call (800) 843-2473.
 
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            This same book is used for the Home Study Course in Bird Biology, a 
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Need more ideas? Browse hundreds of birding products, including birding 
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Cornell Lab Birding Shop.
 
Thanks once again for all your continued support and enthusiasm­and have a 
wonderful holiday season!
 
Your friends at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology 


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