There has recently been some discussion about the fate of the Ohio-Birds email list with the recent rise of the Birding Ohio facebook group and with other Ohio birding forums like rarebird.org. Some were concerned about Ohio-Birds falling out of style, so I thought I’d take a look at posting rates to see if there has been any noticeable drop in posting rates to the email list since the facebook group was launched on 3 Jan 2012. The results? The email list is doing just fine, and showing no obvious signs of slowing down.
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