E-mail Listserv

VA-Richmond-General

The Richmond Audubon Society has an e-mail announcement list called VA-Richmond-General. Joining the listserv is a fast and easy way to stay up-to-date about birds and field trips in the city of Richmond. (A separate listserv used for birders in the state of Virginia is called VA-bird.)

View: https://www.freelists.org/archive/va-richmond-general
Subscribe: Send an e-mail to va-richmond-general-request@freelists.org with the word “subscribe” as the subject. Confirm your subscription by replying to the initial e-mail you receive within a few minutes of your inquiry. (All you have to do is click “reply”, nothing else.)
Unsubscribe: Send an e-mail to va-richmond-general-request@freelists.org with “unsubscribe” as the subject. When you receive the confirmation e-mail, reply to it and you will be unsubscribed.

Reported on va-richmond-general, this Painted Bunting was located at Belle Isle in Feb 2017 – Photo by Adam D’Onofrio

How to Post

If you have recently gone on a birdwatching trip to a park or nature area in Richmond, you can post to the listserv about your sightings by sending an e-mail to va-richmond-general-request@freelists.org. Highlight notable species and also the location in the subject line. Describe your trip in the body, add a list of your sightings, and/or link to an e-bird checklist in the body of the message. Sign your name and add your city and state to end the e-mail before sending.