Bird Board

Question about Bird board

Although I don't live in Miami any more, I still like to keep up with the birding activity in my old home (like the absolutely spectacular thrush, congratulations to all of you). The Bird Board doesn't seem like much of a place to do it anymore, however. Five years ago there were 260 posts/comments for the month of April. This year there have been 36.
Where are you guys communicating these days?

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Brian Rapoza
3 months ago

Facebook, mostly. Larry Manfredi has created a Facebook page called Florida Birding and Rarities that has become popular beyond his wildest expectations. It’s possible that the TAS BirdBoard will at some point be transferred to Facebook as well.

steve siegel
3 months ago

We follow Larry's Facebook page, but the data there are pretty sparse. None of the great directions or frequent updates that the Bird Board was famous for. Pretty much the same story out here.

Brian Rapoza
3 months ago

My South Florida Rare Bird Update includes directions.

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