Why use Twitter? To my knowledge there is no BC bird alert on there, and if one was set up it would likely be incomplete. Russ started one a while ago and it never really took off. How about using Melissa's BC rare bird alert instead? It provides the entire province with the most up to date provincial and regional rarities. I strongly suggest all birders follow it to stay informed about rarities in the province like this forum used to thanks to Melissa. She works tirelessly for us all and is constantly spreading information about the most recent rarities.
Sorry, not what I meant. Of course use and consult the BC Rare Bird alert.
Twitter is ubiquitous with so many other things. All I was asking is if anyone was using it for birding? This is not necessarily about rare birds, but since twitter is a 'real time' micro-blog, I was curious if there was some groups or people tweeting sightings or what is happening at location or something bird related
UPDATE: Kind of like what the Victoria Natural History Society is tweeting:https://twitter.com/VictoriaNHS