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Fall Issue of The Wrong-eared Owl is out!

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Dear Whatbirders,

 

The fall 2017 issue of The Wrong-eared Owl is out! This issue’s theme of “Art Meets Science,” features young birders Johanna Beam and Liron Gertsman, as well as interviews with Jonathan Alderfer and Brian Sullivan. Read it here.

 

Thanks,

Elisa


 

 

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Outstanding! The layout is magnificent and the interviews are all fascinating! I especially love how diverse the topics are! Indistinguishable from a professionally published magazine. 

Have you considered getting in contact with the ABA or Audubon to publicize this? This certainly has a bright future!

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4 hours ago, Thunderbird said:

Outstanding! The layout is magnificent and the interviews are all fascinating! I especially love how diverse the topics are! Indistinguishable from a professionally published magazine. 

Have you considered getting in contact with the ABA or Audubon to publicize this? This certainly has a bright future!

Thank you so much! ABA has done some promotion of our newsletter thanks to the wonderful Jennie Duberstein. We were also lucky enough to get a donation after I published the first issue that made it possible to work some more with it. 

P.S. If you ever want to contribute something, let me know!

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