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  • luke@crpesf.org
    Folks: For those of you who think of San Francisco as a birdless patch of pavement, think again, and check out this excellent new resource for birding The
    Message 1 of 1 , Jul 26, 2001
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      Folks:

      For those of you who think of San Francisco as a birdless patch of pavement, think again, and check out this excellent new resource for birding The City...

      The first issue of the on-line San Francisco Field Ornithologists Journal is officially published! It has a series of articles on San Francisco avifauna and birders, including something for just about everyone:

      -- The City round-up of interesting sightings for 2000
      -- The tale of a record-breaking Big Day by the Young Turks
      -- The gory details of San Francisco's Big Year, "B2K"
      -- A report on census data from Mt. Davidson, well-known local migrant hotspot
      -- For the conservationists, the annotated list of Declining Species in San Francisco
      -- and photo highlights, including some stunning shots

      All this can be found at the SFFO homepage:

      http://home.pacbell.net/mweaton/SFFO/SFFO.html

      And click on the "2000 Journal" line.

      Major kudos to journal editors Hugh Cotter, Stephen Davies and Mark Eaton (also SFFO President and webmaster) for this impressive project!

      Cheers --
      Luke

      Luke Cole
      San Francisco
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