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VA-BIRD is a birding communications network covering the entire state of Virginia where you can: * report and receive rare bird sighting information * share timely information about bird outings and chapter field trips * interact with members of the National Audubon Society, Virginia Society of Ornithology, and other bird-related organizations.
BIRDKY is a birding communications network covering the entire state of Kentucky where you can: * report and receive rare bird sighting information * share timely information about bird outings and chapter field trips * interact with members of the Kentucky Ornithological Society, and other bird-related organizations.
Bristol-Birds is a birding communications network covering Northeast Tennessee and Southwest Virginia where you can: * report and receive bird sighting, daily field trip list reports or birds at your feeders. * This list will help facilitate the studies of birds in the region as part of the scientific organizations of the Tennessee Ornithological Society and the Virginia Society of Ornithology
VA-RICHMOND-GENERAL exists to share timely communications about environmental and educational issues of interest to Audubon members and leaders in the Richmond, VA area. Share hot birding sites and sights, local birding trips, excursions around the state of Virginia and beyond, timely information on Virginia environmental issues, and links to many other Audubon or related resources.
TN-bird is a birding communications network covering the entire state of Tennessee where you can: * report and receive rare bird sighting information * share timely information about bird outings and chapter field trips * interact with members of the Tennessee Ornithological Society, and other bird-related organizations.
Board of Directors for the Spokane Astronomical Society
OBOL is a listservice dedicated to birding in Oregon, including, but not limited to, bird sightings and reports, rare bird alerts, bird behavior, and upcoming birding events in Oregon. Topics about birds are welcome. Please avoid controversial issues such as political views, religious views, cats, falconry, caged or pet birds, and advocacy for controversial issues. Also, please do your best to be civil and avoid harsh language. Feel free to contact the moderator (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you have any questions or need help. If you wish to unsubscribe or otherwise manage your OBOL account, go here: https://www.freelists.org/list/obol
A method for the Manager of GRCO and the operations staff to communicate regarding schedules and activity at GRCO http://grcoonline.org/obs.aspx
A list service to provide a forum for reporting and discussing natural history observations in the region served by the Llano Estacado Audubon Society.
Chat group for Tripoli Central California Rocket Club.
A discussion area for the officers, board members, and committee chairs of EVAC http://www.evaconline.org/
WISBIRDN is an email discussion list operated by the Wisconsin Society of Ornithology, principally focused on Wisconsin birds and birding. Topics may include the timely reporting of rare bird sightings, trip reports, RFI's, activities of the Wisconsin Society of Ornithology, and other birding-related organizations and research. In order to participate you must be subscribed.
SAC-Forum is a mailing list for general discussions among the Saguaro Astronomy Club's membership. Discussion topics are fairly open, allowing wider topics such as computers, telescopes, vehicle mods and more; but topics should at least be indirectly related to SAC or astronomy.
Young Ecologists Talk and Interact (YETI) is a first-of-its-kind conference for students and researchers working in the discipline of ecology in India. YETI is unique in being organized entirely by student volunteers from Bangalore and Mysore. We invite students from other parts of the country to volunteer to help organize YETI in the future. This event is meant to serve as a friendly and inspiring platform for ecologists, early in their career, to present and discuss their work, exchange ideas, and even strike up collaborations with contemporaries across the country. Other than the conference itself, students can use the website as a medium to explore and discuss projects, or provide/obtain information on Ecological Resources such as free software, journals and sources of funding. Students can register on the website (www.meetyeti.in) in order to receive information on upcoming YETI and other ecology-related events through the YETI mailing list.
Oregon eBird editors and reviewers