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Drawing for a Vanguard Spotting Scope & Central America Field Guides

endeavor-hd-82a-_3_We’ve been anticipating the November drawing all year, and here we are! Everyone who joins or renews their ABA membership during the month of November will be entered into a drawing for a Vanguard Endeavor HD spotting scope. You’ll get clear and accurate color rendition with this 20-60x, waterproof scope, sporting extra-low dispersion (ED) glass.

You can join here https://www2.aba.org/join by November 30, 2016, to be included in the drawing.

9780544373266_hresThe scope is not the only prize we’re giving away this month! Houghton Mifflin Harcourt has given us 10 copies of the new Peterson Field Guide to Birds of Northern Central America by Jesse Fagan and Oliver Komar. Published just this month, this new field guide covers approximately 820 species of birds found in Belize, Guatemala, El Salvador, and Honduras–a must have for every birder’s library.

Now, to announce the winners of our October drawing for one of ten $25 gift certificates from Buteo Books.

Kas Dumroese – Moscow, ID
Kenny Nichols – Cabot, AR
Roger W. Hill – Bay City, MI
Janet C. Green – Duluth, MN
Rick Williams – Woodland, CA
Lynn Dunlap – Bellingham, WA
George S. Young – State College, PA
Ben Garmon – Mobile, AL
Martha and L Kurt Adamson – Dallas, TX
Karl Lukens – Cape May, NJ

ABA members receive a 10% discount on purchases at Buteo Books. Log into your ABA account for the discount code and your ABA member number, to take advantage of this great member benefit.

Congratulations to all of our winners, welcome to all of our new members, and thank you to all of you who continue to renew, and to our sponsors who are putting up great prizes! The American Birding Association is strong and continues to grow, because of all of you.

 

 

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David Hartley

David Hartley

Membership Development at American Birding Association
David has been a member of the ABA staff since 2003. He plays an integral part in many facets of the organization, including membership services, database management, and web development. David has been birding for over 25 years, and loves working with the ABA to build the birding community and its conservation impact. He lives in Davis, CA with his daughter Mia.
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