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Birder's World magazine
Grand prizes awarded after Readers' Favorites Surveys, sponsored by Nikon Sport Optics
I'm happy to announce that Roger Lakhan of Greer, South Carolina, is the winner of the drawing held at the conclusion of our year-long series of Readers' Favorites Surveys. Roger is an information-technology project leader for a large media company, a Birder's World subscriber, and a longtime...
10/8/2010 4:28:00 PM
Say hello to the winner of our Readers' Favorites owls survey
I'm happy to announce that subscriber Burt Stampfl of nearby Bristol, Wisconsin, was the winner of the drawing we conducted after our recent Readers' Favorites Survey about places to watch owls. Read more about our Readers' Favorites Surveys. See our readers' favorite places to watch...
9/2/2010 4:12:00 PM
Meet the winner of our Readers' Favorites hawks survey
Congratulations to Debbie Christie of Louisville, Kentucky! She told us that Taylorsville Lake State Park in Kentucky was her favorite place to watch hawks in our recent Readers' Favorites Survey, and we picked her name in the subsequent drawing. So thanks to our generous partner, Nikon Sport Optics...
8/5/2010 4:41:00 PM
Congrats to our latest Readers' Favorites winner, and many thanks to you!
Meet Joanne Willey of Creedmoor, North Carolina, the lucky winner of our latest Readers' Favorites Survey . Thanks to our generous partner, Nikon Sport Optics , she will soon receive one sweet pair of birding binoculars -- the Nikon Monarch 8x36. Congratulations, Joanne! I know you'll love...
4/26/2010 11:41:00 AM
Congratulations to our hummingbirds survey binocular winner!
Jeannette Fackler of Garrettsville, Ohio, pictured at right, is the winner of our third Readers' Favorites Survey . Congratulations, Jeannette! She was one of more than 2,000 people who answered our survey about birdwatchers' favorite places to see hummingbirds. The survey was conducted in...
2/18/2010 9:13:00 AM
Congratulations to our warblers survey binocular winner!
We have our second winner in our Readers' Favorites Survey ! In our December 2009 issue, we asked you to tell us your favorite places in the United States and Canada to see warblers, and as you did when we requested locations to watch eagles , you came through. Big time. Many, many thanks...
12/11/2009 4:02:00 PM
Winter finches, winter hotspots, and a great spring hotspot in our December issue
Our December 2009 issue, featuring a beautiful shot of a Common Redpoll by photographer Marie Read , is now available on our website. The issue will go on newsstands November 3. Subscribers should be finding their copies in their mailboxes right about now. Winter surprises is the theme of the issue,...
10/23/2009 12:00:00 PM
Congratulations to our eagles survey binocular winner!
We have a winner in our first Readers' Favorites Survey ! In our October issue , we asked you to tell us your favorite places in the United States and Canada to see eagles, and boy, did you tell us! Many, many, many thanks. Thank you for taking the time to help us. Thank you for sharing your vast...
10/16/2009 1:19:00 PM
Tell us your favorite places to see eagles -- win Nikon binoculars!
Where do you enjoy watching Bald and Golden Eagles? At Alaska's Chilkat Bald Eagle Preserve? In the Upper Mississippi Valley of Minnesota, Wisconsin, Iowa, or Illinois? Along the coast of Maine? On Cape Breton Island? At one of hundreds of other hotspots in the United States and Canada? Please...
8/24/2009 1:53:00 PM
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