Subject: Re: Status & distribution? Date: Apr 14 17:01:35 1995 From: Dennis Paulson - dpaulson at ups.edu
>Someone recently mentioned a site guide, co-authored by Dennis Paulson, >called (I believe), "A Guide to Bird Finding in Washington." > >Can I get more information on this? (date, availability, and cost) > >Also, what companion book is available for Washington that gives >status and distribution? > >thanks, > >-- >Greg Gillson <gregg at tdd.hbo.nec.com>
Greg, you can call Terry Wahl, the senior author of the bird-finding guide, at 360-733-8255 or write him at 3041 Eldridge, Bellingham, WA 98225, to get a copy. There should be a new edition printed by now, as it's been in the works for a while. I don't know how much it costs; I haven't bought one.
There really isn't anything up to date on distribution of Washington birds. The bird-finding guide has some sections that will help, but not details. Several WA birders are beginning work on a book on WA birds.
Dennis Paulson, Director phone: (206) 756-3798 Slater Museum of Natural History fax: (206) 756-3352 University of Puget Sound e-mail: dpaulson at ups.edu Tacoma, WA 98416