[Tweeters] Lots of Varied Thrushes (including one frozen one...)

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Tue Jan 24 17:11:56 PST 2012




Hi  Mason & Tweets:



Seattle Audubon can also accept bird specimens.



Ann Marie Wood

Mountlake Terrace

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Mason,


I know colleges and universities are usually looking for birds for ornithology classes and collections Dr. Margaret O'Connell at Eastern Washington University I know teaches a class where students "taxidermy" birds which are subsequently used in the University collection or donated to other collections.  


Thanks,


Mike Clawson
Monroe Wa

On Tue, Jan 24, 2012 at 3:10 PM, Marc Hoffman < tweeters at dartfrogmedia.com > wrote:



Mason,
The bird can be "taxidermied" only for someone with a proper license to collect native species. I donated a Kingfisher (struck on the 520 bridge) to Burke Museum. It could be that the little museum at Mercer Slough (just north of the blueberry farm on Bellevue Way) could take it. I also know folks at Camp Long in West Seattle who would probably love to have it -- they do a lot of education through their summer camp program.
Marc Hoffman
http://www.SongbirdPhoto.com

At 12:30 PM 1/24/2012, Mason Flint (Hotmail) wrote:

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Alas, we had a Varied Thrush crash into a window last week with unfortunate results.  I took a few snaps and put it in the freezer in case anybody wants it. Does anyone with connections to bird specimen collections want the bird?
 
Mason Flint
Bellevue, WA


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