Date: Tue, 11 Dec 2007 07:58:10 -0500
Reply-To: Tim Keyes <tim_keyes@DNR.STATE.GA.US>
Sender: Georgia Birders Online <GABO-L@LISTSERV.UGA.EDU>
From: Tim Keyes <tim_keyes@DNR.STATE.GA.US>
Subject: Sign up for Nongame E-newsletter
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I encourage you all to sign up to our new E-newsletter and keep up with
what's going on with the Nongame Conservation Section of Georgia DNR.
The topics will range beyond birds of course, but so do most of our
Whether the subject is wood storks or swamp pinks, right whales or
sandhills, Georgia’s variety of nongame creatures and natural habitats
is the focus of a new, free e-mail newsletter. The Wildlife Resources
Division’s first e-edition of the bimonthly “Georgia Wild” is due out
Jan. 3. To sign up, go to
The e-newsletter will offer a quick way to stay up-to-date on Wildlife
Resources’ work involving everything from, well, American oystercatchers
to zigzag salamanders.
FYI: When someone signs up online, the mail service we're using will
send them a confirmation e-mail (it's a double opt-in process) and,
after they confirm, add their name to the working address list.
We plan to archive newsletter editions, in case somebody wants to wait
until after Jan. 3 to see what they're signing up for.
The newsletter is free, but keep in mind that the work of the nongame
section is not, and is entirely funded by donations, state income tax
check-off, and the wildlife tag (Bald Eagle and Hummingbird).
Have a great holiday.
Nongame Conservation Section
116 Rum Creek Drive
Forsyth, GA 31029
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