South Dakota Bird Notes is the official quarterly publication of the SDOU and is free for all members. Bird Notes contains all information concerning the SDOU as an organization including The President's Page, information about meetings, rare bird record committee decisions, Christmas Bird Count results, and more. Bird Notes also contains information about birds and birding, including reports of rare bird sightings, seasonal reports, descriptions of prime birding areas within the state, book reviews, and more.
South Dakota Bird Notes, the journal of SDOU, has been published since 1949. The library of all published issues is presented below. Logged in members will have access to the most recent two years.
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Founded in 1949, SDOU has been South Dakota's primary statewide organization to promote the study of wild birds, to encourage ornithological research, and to preserve the state's avian records. Birders, environmentally-concerned individuals, ornithologists and other natural scientists all contribute to these efforts.
Gambell/Nome Trip Report
by Richard Latuchie
Doug & Michael's Excellent Adventures of Cuisine and Birds of California 2006
by Douglas E Chapman