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Currently working on
Articles I've started or expanded
Articles I've reworked
Things to do
- Generally fill in gaps and build out the pages for American ornithologists, botanists, and other naturalists, especially women.
- Get a definitive spelling of John Livzey Ridgway's middle name.
- Master the layout of my userboxes.
Periodic maintenance and wikignoming
- Clean up the references to "Smithsonian Institute." Most recent check: 2 August 2016
- Clean up the references to "Brookings Institute." Most recent check: 31 July 2016
- Wikipedia:WikiProject Birds/Article requests/People
- Wikipedia:WikiProject Women scientists/Worklist
Edit-a-thons and Meetups
- Wikipedia:Meetup/Women_in_Red/9 and Wikipedia:WikiProject_Women_in_Red/Botany April 2016
- Wikipedia:Meetup/DC/Black_History_Month_First_Edit_at_NPR February 2016
- Wikipedia:Meetup/Women in Red/4 November 2015
- Wikipedia:Meetup/DC/Hispanic Heritage First Edit at NPR October 2015
- Wikipedia:Meetup/DC/NPR_Black_History_Month February 2015
- The Times obit for Herbert Zim obscures the distinction between the Golden Guides for younger readers and the field guides.
- Why is the entry for field mark nothing more than a stub?
- Why is there no reference for List of authors of names published under the ICZN? Maybe it's more complicated than the botany list. Is there indeed an authoritative list of author (abbreviations)? I see two Richardsons, for instance.
- Henry Wetherbee Henshaw is a stub.
- Bird Phenology Program observer bios
- Chester Albert Reed
- Smithsonian Bird Division Hall of Fame
- Adolphus Lewis Heermann 
- BHL Notable Women in Natural History
- Flickr photoset from the Smithsonian of Women in Science
- Online resources about Women in Science
- John Wesley Powell
- Thomas Sadler Roberts, biography by Sue Leaf, reviewed by Alexandria Simpson
- Emma Lucy Braun
- Kenneth Carroll Parkes -- listed in Wikipedia:WikiProject Birds/Article requests/People
- Donald Joyce Borror -- listed in Wikipedia:WikiProject Birds/Article requests/People
- Abel Joel Grout, protégé of Elizabeth Gertrude Britton
- Nuttall Ornithological Club is a stub
- Henry Hurd Rusby needs some work
- Lynds Jones http://blog.biodiversitylibrary.org/2015/01/the-most-influential-birder-most-of-us.html
- a bird sanctuary is not really the same thing as an animal sanctuary, as we have defined that term
- Jay Norwood Darling
- Robert Gilbert (photographer) of nature, colleague of William Brewster http://www.bookslut.com/nonfiction/2007_03_010787.php John Hanson Mitchell (2007), Looking for Mr. Gilbert
- There is a note on the Patuxent Wildlife Research Center article to make it more encyclopedic.
- I have some materials that could bolster the article on Huntley Meadows Park.
- Jan Ernst Matzeliger: a ref has linkrot
- There is no article for the moss genus Syntrichia -- somewhat surprising considering the recent article about Syntrichia caninervis http://www.nature.com/articles/nplants201676
- Much of Prairie_Pothole_Region depends on cites of the NBII, which was shut down in 2012.
- Bonta, Marcia Myers (1991), Women in the Field: America's Pioneering Women Naturalists, College Station, TX: Texas A&M Univ. Press
- Bailey, Martha J. (1994), American Women in Science: A Biographical Dictionary, Denver, Colorado: ABC-CLIO, ISBN 0-87436-740-9