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A New List Server, FWS-SHOREBIRDS

carrie_walter at mail.fws.gov carrie_walter at mail.fws.gov
Fri Apr 12 13:13:39 EST 1996


April 12, 1996


Hi Folks,


I am pleased to announce that the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has launched 
another list server, FWS-SHOREBIRDS.  This effort supports our goal of sharing our 
data and information.

This list was created for school teachers, students, parents and shorebird 
enthusiasts to share information throughout the spring migration of Arctic nesting 
shorebirds.

Subscribing to this list will give you the opportunity to exchange ideas with other 
classes throughout the Western Hemisphere; share field trip information and any 
sightings of banded shorebirds; ask questions about what other classes are doing in 
the Shorebird Sister Schools Program; and ask shorebird ecology questions of other 
educators and shorebird biologists.

This listserver is designed for quick, interactive communication regarding the spring 
migration of Arctic nesting shorebirds, and everyone is invited to subscribe and post 
messages on this or related topics.

Questions and general comments about the list should be directed to:

Heather Johnson
Environmental Education Specialist
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Alaska Region (907) 786-3367 FWS-Mail:                 
                 Johnson, Heather Internet mail:                 
heather_johnson at mail.fws.gov ***********************************************************

Frequently Asked Questions Regarding the fws-shorebirds listserver:

1.  How do I subscribe?

Send e-mail to majordomo at www.fws.gov with subscribe [name of listserver] in the 
body of the message.  For example, if you want to subscribe to the fws-shorebirds 
listserver,

send e-mail to

majordomo at www.fws.gov

with subscribe fws-shorebirds

in the body of the message.

Please remember that you can access the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Home 
Page at

http://www.fws.gov/

Also, if you would like to see a list of all of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's 
servers, please visit

http://www.fws.gov/servers.html


Thanks.  ...al


============================================================= Dr. 
Alan R. Fisher
National Data Administrator
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
303-275-2320
Internet mail: Alan_Fisher at mail.fws.gov 
FWS-Mail:      Fisher, Alan
=============================================================





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