People can search through individual entries (posts) or search by categories of posts or use the search box. But I thought it might also be useful to use pages (such as this) to organize groups of posts on certain topics. At the bottom of this page I have “search site tags” (a new feature to wordpress blog formats). These are terms which should find all posts with those terms in the text (or anywhere else on a webpage). These terms shouldn’t overlap the categories listed in the sidebar, but many probably do as I just started using them. I will try to use the site search terms which I think people might find useful, but please let me know if you are looking for other terms within these posts.
To find a list of all posts
- by chronological order click here Part I oldest first and
- by alphabetical order click here Part II (alphabetical order)
Here are some ideas for information that people may want to study up and contribute back to here.
A specific category, easier to quickly find bird-focussed information from the human focussed information.
Reliable sources of info (How to tell the quacks from the quackers. There’s a lot of crackpot, quack, wrong, misleading, regurgitated, inadequate information already)
(“quan·go (kwăng’gō) pronunciation n., pl. -gos., An organization or agency that is financed by a government but that acts independently of it. [qua(si) n(on-)g(overnmental) o(rganization).]
The National Archives: Influenza Epidemic of 1918 or CBC and CDC backgrounds on previous pandemics or What he knew in 1918 could save millions of lives today
[If you see a group of dead or sick birds, especially if something you notice seems unusual, call 1-866-5-BRDFLU, (1-866-527-3358).]
14apr2006 revised state alert notice To report dead or sick birds, where no obvious cause is apparent, call the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service hotline at 1-866-5-BRDFLU (1-866-527-3358). Do not handle birds found sick or dead!
Site Search Tags:
- Village search tags –
Bethel (as a concept),
City of Bethel (CoB),