Our Winter Bird Highlights, summarizing the results from the 2018-19 season, is now online.×
© Susan Edmiston
Project FeederWatch provides an electronic newsletter to keep participants and others up-to-date on the latest FeederWatch news. Messages are typically posted once or twice a month during the season, less often in the off-season. Subscribers can opt out of the list at any time by clicking the “unsubscribe” link at the bottom of each message or by following the instructions below.
The newsletter posts are sent in a format that allows us to include photos, and the messages may not display properly in older versions of email software (particularly Microsoft Outlook 2002 and 2003) or with some software settings. If you have trouble seeing the messages in your email, you can view them online by clicking the issue dates below.
September 17, 2019: Winter Bird Highlights now online
September 3, 2019: New season quickly approaching!
May 29, 2019: Funding for classrooms and research news
April 11, 2019: Spring news
March 27, 2019: Year-end reminders
March 13, 2019: Your observations at work, BirdSpotter news, and more
February 14, 2019: Count birds for GBBC
January 30, 2019: BirdSpotter news and more
December 19, 2018: Announcements and instruction reminders
November 29, 2018: Give the gift of FeederWatch
November 19, 2018: BirdSpotter underway
November 9, 2018: BirdSpotter starting and more
October 17, 2018: Data entry open
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