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I would like to use one of your chimney swift photos in the third edition of my textbook on Urban Wildlife published by Taylor and Francis. I sent you an email on this also with the response details. Thanks for considering my request.
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Hello! I’m a member of the Magothy River Association (MRA), located near Annapolis, Maryland. The MRA is an environmentally focused non-profit group that advocates on behalf of the Magothy and its creeks in a variety of ways, one of which is regularly posting educational articles on our Facebook page.
This year, we’ve been putting a particular focus on trees and the notion that good stewardship on the shore can have a dramatic impact on the health of the river, while creating valuable habitat for our local wildlife, particularly birds. Folks around here love their birds!
I’ve found several of your images via the Internet that I would love to be able to pair with these short articles. Is it possible to get your permission to use photos from your website? The articles would give credit to you personally or Birdpix.com, whichever is appropriate.
Thanks for considering!
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We are looking for an image of an eastern wood peewee with a blue sky background for the winter issue of Northern Woodlands. This image from your website would suit our needs: https://15txcyrpr2832h2mi1fcvzjc-wpengine.netdna-ssl.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/01/Eastern-Wood-Pewee-OV9A7867-cr.jpg
Would you mind emailing me to let me know if it is available at high resolution for print publication? It would be a small image overlain over an image of a forestry treatment in the What Would My Woods Look Like section.
My sincere apology for not having answered you before, but I am just seeing your request for the first time today. If you would like to use the image you may do so. Send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org if you still want the higher res version.
When I click on NH for State birds, the purple finch does not come up.
Thank you for bringing this to my attention. It is being worked on and should be operable again soon.
The links on the State Birds Map have been fixed.
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