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tbbilbo

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Greetings to all members of the Bird Forum. I'm a new member and excited to be a part of this group. I recently retired from the Missouri Department of Conservation and, although I worked in the Info technology section, I've always loved birds and wildlife. Long before I retired, I began painting wildlife, mainly watercolors, including many birds. Now I have much more time to pursue my love of wildlife art. I just posted my first of what I hope will be many artworks in the "Wildlife Art" section of this forum. If you have a second, check it out and let me know what you think. Thanks to all my new Bird Forum friends.
 
Hello from another brand new member. I live not too far from Jefferson City, so we've probably birded in a few of the same places. Looking forward to you contibutions!
 
Hi tbbilbo,

A warm welcome to BirdForum from all the Moderators and Admin. Glad to have you on board :t:

Look forward to seeing more of your art.
 
Hi tbbilbo and a warm welcome from me too

I'm sure you will enjoy it here and I'll look forward to hearing all your news.

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Hi tbbilbo and a warm welcome to you from Myrtle Beach :t:

We've got a very, very active Wildlife Art section so make sure to take a peek there ;)
 
Welcome to BirdForum! I am sure you will find lots to interest you here, and I hope that you enjoy your visits.
 
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