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Re: Carolinabirds 6th anniversary
- To: Will Cook <firstname.lastname@example.org>, email@example.com
- Subject: Re: Carolinabirds 6th anniversary
- From: Barbara Collins-Perry <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Mon, 16 Dec 2002 06:07:20 -0800 (PST)
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Congrats Will and keep up the good work!
--- Will Cook <email@example.com> wrote:
> Happy Friday the 13th!
> Carolinabirds was born 6 years old today, on the
> auspicious date of Friday,
> 13 December 1996. Our number of subscribers seems
> to have stabilized,
> though more people are reading us now on the four
> web sites that carry our
> group. Here's some information about us:
> Total subscribers on
> 12/13/2002: 529
> 12/13/2001: 545
> 12/13/2000: 506
> 12/13/1999: 438
> 12/13/98: 368
> 12/13/97: 262
> 1/13/97: 104
> 12/14/96: 17
> Breakdown by location on 12/13/01:
> 1 Canada
> 426 United States
> 102 unknown
> There used to be more foreign subscribers - I'm sure
> the availability of
> Carolinabirds on the web has a great deal to do with
> the decrease.
> 1 AL
> 1 CA
> 1 CT
> 1 DE
> 5 FL
> 6 GA
> 1 KY
> 2 MA
> 1 MD
> 309 NC (72.4% of known locations)
> 4 NY
> 1 OH
> 2 PA
> 79 SC (18.5%)
> 3 TN
> 8 VA
> 1 WA
> North Carolina's percentage is up from last year's
> 69.7% and SC's is down
> from 20.6%.
> 124 Research Triangle area (29.0%)
> The Triangle area's overrepresentation is up
> slightly from last year's
> 27.9%. In NC, the Asheville area is also well
> represented, the Charlotte
> area is a little underrepresented, and the Triad
> area (Greensboro/Winston-
> Salem/High Point) is woefully underrepresented. In
> SC, the majority of
> subscribers are in the Charleston, Columbia, and
> Greenville areas.
> Breakdown by sex (estimated from names):
> 313 male (60.5%)
> 204 female (39.5%)
> There's a slight trend of a higher percentage of
> female subscribers. In
> years past it's held steady at 38%.
> Thanks to all of you who make this group a success!
> Please let me know if
> you have any suggestions for improving the
> usefulness of Carolinabirds.
> Merry Christmas Bird Counting!
> Will Cook
> Charles W. "Will" Cook w
> Biology Dept., Duke Univ., Box 90340, Durham, NC
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