Sunday, February 04, 2007

Online Ornithological Newsletters: Issue #4 (Arizona)

The purpose of this weekly series is to provide links to the online newsletters of local, State, Provincial, and national Audubon societies, bird clubs, bird conservation organizations, bird observatories, and ornithological societies of the United States and Canada. Unless otherwise indicated, individual newsletters are in .pdf format. All of the links listed below are in .html format.

Arizona (7 newsletters listed below):

BlackHawk Watch (newsletter of the Northern Arizona Audubon Society, Flagstaff) - Issued 5 times/year. 21 issues are currently available online; earliest: March/April 2003 (Volume 32, Number 4). The masthead features a Black Hawk in flight.

Gambel’s Tales (newsletter of the Sonoran Audubon Society, Glendale) - Issued 9 times/year. 46 issues currently available online; earliest: January 2002 (Volume 3, Issue 5). The masthead features a Gambel’s Quail flanked by a Phainopepla and a Gila Woodpecker.

Osprey Overlook [.pdf] (newsletter of the White Mountain Audubon Society, Pinetop) - 1 issue currently available online: January-February 2007. The masthead features an Osprey in flight with a fish in its talons.

The Cactus Wren-dition (newsletter of the Maricopa Audubon Society, Phoenix) - Issued 4-6 times/year. 31 issues currently available online; earliest: January-February 2000. The masthead features a silhouetted profile of a Cactus Wren.

The Trogon News (newsletter of the Huachuca Audubon Society, Sierra Vista) - Issued 8 times/year. 32 issues currently available online; earliest: September 2003 (Volume 31, Number 7). The masthead features an Elegant Trogon.

Vermilion Flycatcher (newsletter of the Tucson Audubon Society, Tucson) - Issued 9 times/year. 21 issues currently available online; earliest: November 2004 (Volume 49, Number 3). The masthead features a Vermilion Flycatcher.

Wingtips (newsletter of the Prescott Audubon Society, Prescott) - Issued quarterly. 10 issues currently available online: earliest: January/February 2005. The masthead features a stylized silhouette of 3 birds of prey in flight.


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