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Drawing Results for Good Birders Still Don’t Wear White

All who joined the ABA or renewed memberships during the month of March were entered into a drawing for 20 copies of Good Birders Still Don’t Wear White. Congratulations to our winners!

Paul Nixon of Los Altos, CA
John Goode of Statesville, NC
Hugh & Carolyn Shaw of Lake Wales, FL
Jane Pedersen of Durango, CO
Jukka Jantunen of Whitehorse, YT
Deborah Payson of Bryn Mawr, PA
Robert Skye of Celebration, FL
Ava Steenstrup of Ipswich, MA
Linda Farrell of Littleton, CO
Barbara Sherman of Narragansett, RI
Diane Whitman & Bill Austin of Seattle, WA
Jev Shelton of Juneau, AK
Robert Krinsky of New York, NY
Cash Lowe of Redmond, OR
Marie-Claire Cunningham & Earl Rix of New York, NY
Daniel Lebbin of Vienna, VA
Gary Ash of Hudson, WI
Terry Seifert of Butte des Morts, WI
John Sutake of Berkeley, CA
Wendy Beers of El Cerrito, CA

If you didn’t win, but would like a copy of the book, ABA members who purchase from Buteo Books save 10%! Sign in to your member account at https://www2.aba.org/ to obtain the discount code. Thanks to everyone who renewed or joined during the month of March.

 

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David Hartley

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