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    RFI: Listing software for MAC

    I just bought a MAC notebook and want to purchase listing software to keep all my birding records- any suggestions? Thank you in advance, Peter
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    Okanagan Valley, British Columbia

    NORTH AMERICAN ORNITHOLOGIST UNION TOUR VANCOUVER TO THE OKANAGAN AUG 19 – 21, 2012 Led by: Dick Cannings & Chris Charlesworth Participants: Anna Scharnagl John & Shirley Byrne Peter Saenger Frederic Bussiere. DAY 1 – AUG 19 We gathered outside the Gage Residences at UBC in Vancouver at 6...
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    Museum mount ID help needed-Australia?

    Since I do not know the species, I am not sure of what country to list in the subject line, but something is pointing to Australia for this one, but obviously not sure. Overall length 20-22 cm.
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    Lesser Black-backed Gull subspecies?

    I took these two photos at Chincoteague National Wildlife Refuge, Virginia, USA in late November 2010. I thought the mantle color was pretty dark for our regularly occuring subspecies and wanted to see what others thought? Another thing that really stood out to me was also how bright the...
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    Museum ID help- Parrot

    Here is an interesting parrot. The head of the specimen is very dark in reality, but the photo makes it look more greenish (maybe the original base color?). The blue primaries, shorter, squared-off tail, edged in blue with outer tail feathers having a red base, and dark feather edging on head...
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    Museum Specimen ID 16-18

    Last three. I realize some of these will never be ID'd this way, but your comments can help in directing future hands-on work to get closer than we are currently, so do not give-up too easily! Thanks.
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    Museum Specimen ID 11-15

    Here are another 5 specimens (3 left of 18 total) that need to be confirmed. My day unexpectedly got very busy and I have not had time to review previous comments, but I will later or tomorrow, and answer any questions that I can (most of these do not have any data) and also reply as to color or...
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    Museum Specimen ID 6-10

    Here are another 5 specimens that need to be properly identified.
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    Museum Specimen ID- first 5

    Looking for help on IDing the following old bird mounts:
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    Museum specimen ID help-3

    Last three from the current batch; what we have for each: 1 & 2) Labled English Pheasant Hen 3 & 4) A. arucn 3) Lynannidae
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    Museum specimen ID help-2

    Next set of three: 1) Labled "Cassin's Bullfinch". Obviously placed on a new perch some time in the past; looks like a Rusty Blackbird to me. 2) Labled Lesser Grey Shrike 3) Albumurie only thing on lable
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    Museum specimen ID help

    Trying to see if I can post some photos of specimens in our museum for some confirmation on their ID. The "oriole" is labled: Girand Hangnest The parrot: Large Green Brown-crested Parrot The third: Red-breasted Lark Thanks, Peter
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    World Migratory Bird Day web site

    FYI: A great web site and worth a visit. Most importantly, you can cast your vote on what you feel is the greatest threat to migrating birds. Research has shown that of the choices offered, "Glass Windows" has been proven to be the greatest threat, but since the solution is not easy and...
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    Bird-window collisions

    My name is Peter G. Saenger and I work at the Acopian Center for Ornithology, Muhlenberg College, Allentown, Pennsylvania, USA, with Dr. Daniel Klem, Jr., who has been studying birds striking sheet glass and plastic for over 35 years. One of our goals is to compile a comprehensive list of all...
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    RFI: Birds hitting windows

    My name is Peter G. Saenger and I work at the Acopian Center for Ornithology, Muhlenberg College, Allentown, Pennsylvania, USA, with Dr. Daniel Klem, Jr., who has been studying birds striking sheet glass and plastic for over 35 years. One of our goals is to compile a comprehensive list of all...
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    RFI: Birds hitting windows

    My name is Peter G. Saenger and I work at the Acopian Center for Ornithology, Muhlenberg College, Allentown, Pennsylvania, USA, with Dr. Daniel Klem, Jr., who has been studying birds striking sheet glass and plastic for over 35 years. One of our goals is to compile a comprehensive list of all...
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