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I thank you everybody for joining me for.today's webinar.I am dr. Dan Shimon bird conservation.director for Audubon Arkansas a lot of.people know me as dr. Dan the bird man.I've been burning for about years and.I've been with Audubon Arkansas for 15.years now and I love birds it's my hobby.my career my passion and I enjoy sharing.what I know about birds with others so.when it comes to Arkansas's birds you.may be surprised to know.using technical difficulties there we go.there are 422 species that have been.recorded in Arkansas.oh this begs many questions.how has Arkansas come to have so many.species can you see all 422 species can.you see them all in a year if you had.the time and ability to travel all.around well the answer to those.questions lies in understanding that.Arkansas's bird community is a dynamic.thing and it depends on many different.factors that I will go over in first.when it comes to understanding.Arkansas's avifauna our bird key one of.the big influences at a broad scale is.our geography we're located in what many.people call the mid-south oh we have.birds that are characteristic of all the.regions around us species that are found.in the southeastern United States speech.is characteristic of Great Plains in the.central us we have many birds that are.primarily found in northeastern states.and make their home in the the Great.Lakes in the Upper Midwest a lot of.these birds are also found in Arkansas.so a lot of these big geographic regions.come together in can add to our.diversity.and then even within Arkansas Arkansas.itself is a diverse place that can be.broken up into these major ecoregions.for example there's the Delta in the.eastern part of the state that's all.that has it's largely flat it's a lot of.agriculture bottomland hardwood mists.you have the Ozarks and northern part of.the state largely chilly mountainous.terrain forested there's the Gulf.Coastal Plain and the south that's.pretty flat and is mostly dominated by.pines his major areas have distinctive.in major habitat types that helped to.influence what kinds of birds are found.there and then even within each of these.eco regions of our state there are.multiple habitat types and there are.many species that are found in one or.multiple types of habitats some bird.generalists and they're found in that.wide variety habitats and some are.specialists found an only one kind of.habitat I'll give you some examples of.birds that are characteristic of these.different types of habitats and I'll.show you a generalist and a specialist.so we have many different forest types.in Arkansas but one that I especially.love is there are bottom land hardwood.forests where it's dominated by Cypress.Tupelo Oaks it's flooded for part of the.year and our by land hardwood forests.are home to a variety of great species.one of which has just recently arrived.back in the state the beautiful Perth on.eteri Warbler also known as the swamp.canary because it's found in by land.swamps as well as along rivers and lakes.and any wooded wet area but they do.indeed have this be sweet song meet.sweet sweet sweet sweet.a Warblers are unique among the Warblers.in that besting in a cup nest in a tree.or a shrub or on the ground they.actually nest in tree cavities as well.as nest boxes and other cavities where.they can cram into and generally these.cavities are over standing or moving.water.another denizen of our swamps is the.Swanson's Warbler how this bird is a lot.more drab it's a lot harder to see not.only because it's drab but because it.really loves dense tangled vegetation.especially in pain breaks what you.oftentimes will hear it before you see.it or will hear it and you just cannot.find this bird in the dense cover it.doesn't help that it sounds a lot like a.Louisiana water thrush so that it was by.voice alone this bird is very cryptic.they make their nests in these dense.tangles and I my hats off to those.people who try to study the biology of.these species that's where that bird is.you can just see the female sitting on.her nest there you could easily walk.right back by that not see her at all.another cool forest type we have in.Arkansas are pine forests I don't mean.the dense potations I mean mature open.pine forests ones where the trees are.spread apart there's a lot light that.reaches the understory and a lot of.grasses and shrubs and flowers in that.understory kind of forest it's.maintained by regular prescribed burns.in a place that's managed for one.particular species that's totally.dependent on this type of mature pine.forest and that is the endangered red.cockaded woodpecker yeah I know it looks.a lot like the downy woodpecker but this.is not a backyard bird note that this.bird has a solid black back with white.stripes it doesn't have the white patch.in the back.I didn't only woodpecker hat so you're.not gonna find this bird in a backyard.even if you live in Pine areas species.likes mature pine forest with regular.burns Oh unique among what that grace is.that they actually mess in live trees.that are infected with a heart rot.fungus that makes it woods softer it.still takes them a long time to carve a.cavity but they do it in that living.tree but they're also they can be helped.by installing artificial nest boxes and.that's one of the things that.conservation organization Arkansas.natural heritage does to help the.species in all of the red-cockaded.woodpeckers or RCW are all found mostly.found in public lands some on private.land but all places that are managed for.this and in management for this species.helps variety other pine birds first.well here's the call of the red-cockaded.woodpecker they are adorable personable.Birds.[Music].if you want to find them you've got to.go to where they're being savage for and.generally helps you hang me or a known.colony wait for sundown for the birds to.come back to their boxes and their holes.where they roost for the night.then there's another pine specialist is.that brown-headed nuthatch but they.they're a lot more tolerant they can.actually live in our suburban and urban.areas where there's just scattered pine.trees around although they also love it.in more mature wild habitats these kind.of be backyard birds if you've got pines.around and they also have a very squeaky.sound that I love I like a doggy chew.toy being taken around they're feisty.Birds to defend their territory.grasslands prairies habitat near and.dear to my heart.I studied grassland birds for my masters.and PhD projects these are places.dominated by grasses of course as well.as wild flowers when species and.occupies grasslands is the dickcissel.they are a fairly widespread adaptable.bird they also can nest in some.agricultural fields and they're named.for their sound it sounds like this.itself.then another grassland bird that's a.very so habitat specialist is the.Henslow sparrow Souls now when they're.around you're gonna know because they.will perch up on wires and they'll sing.their hearts out but Henslow sparrows.are very secretive little birds they.nest in mature grasslands primarily.north of Arkansas but they winter in.Arkansas in some specific places and.they're prairie birds but in Arkansas.they tend to winter in these grasslands.that are not really prairies but they're.Barrens so the soil is poor it's can be.kind of saline soils so woody plants.can't grow there only some grasses can.grow there and Henslow sparrows hanging.out in those grasses like certain places.in Kingsland Prairie Natural Area and.Warren Prairie Natural Area in the.southern part of the state those are.good place.henslowe sparrows in the winter.they're not musical at all they just.Rutland's that's at the intersection.between grasslands and woodlands.dominated by dense shrubbery habitat the.Sun birds that love to nest and shrubs.one of those is the indigo bunting.although indigo buntings are habitat.generalists and they can live in the.shrublands but just as easily and move.out and feed in the prairies as well as.go the base in Woodlands.buntings have a song that's a series of.parent notes given emphatically speech.sweet choo-choo we tweaked one way to.remember that is fire fire where where.here here see it see it and then another.struggling bird the indigo bindings even.more beautiful cousin is the painted.bunting perhaps the most godly colored.bird in North America definitely a.shrubland bird they can be a backyard.feeder bird if you happen to live in.ones territory just the right area.otherwise you've got to kind of go out.to the countryside to find those species.and they're fairly common in the.Arkansas River Valley somewhat in the.Ozark plateau region and somewhat in the.Delta as well their song is a sweet.musical warble.and these are places that are dominated.by herbaceous vegetation and they have.standing water some parts of the year or.all year round and there are a variety.of wetland Birds that live in Arkansas.one of those is the enigmatic American.bittered the bittern is a member of the.heron and Egret families and these are.shy secretive Marsh birds they're really.hard to see you can tell that they are.well camouflaged for living in that.dense grassy habitat and they take it a.step further too because if the wind is.blowing the grasses around the bird will.also sway back and forth as if it's just.a reed in the wind one of the colloquial.names the American bittern is thunder.pumper for its loud booming voice they.make that sound by taking an air gulping.air or sac and that helps to resonate.their sound and can carry for miles.although you're probably not likely to.hear that in Arkansas because they.winter here they don't breathe here.another happen habitant of our marshes.is the aptly named marsh ran another.winter visitor in our marsh habitats.they have a fast kind of a warbling.sound open water habitats our rivers.lakes reservoirs this is where you find.a variety of water birds they tend to be.large body birds like american white.pelicans that can be found all across.the state on our large water bodies.flying around looking for food usually.you'll find some pelicans that are here.in the summertime but they don't breed.here they actually breed islands out of.freshwater lakes in the northern Great.Plains of the US and in Canada these are.really our freshwater birds not.saltwater birds like their cousin the.brown pelican.gulls and terns are also or big water.bodies some of them are come at the ring.bill gull some are rare and endangered.like the least tern that nests on.sandbars along the Arkansas Mississippi.and Red River.agricultural fields now for the most.part row crops are not good bird habitat.it tend to be bird poor of all the row.crop types rice does tend to be the most.bird friendly because of its water rice.needs water and water birds need water.though there's a bunch of birds that.will live in rice fields sometimes old.nest in rice fields or little nest in.the adjacent ditches and then move their.young into rice fields to feed like king.rails do.and if there's one bird that's really.benefited from agriculture that's the.horned lark these birds like to nest and.live in areas of short sparse grass so.they're right at home in plowed fields.over graze pastures row crop the nesting.soybean fields and that kind of thing so.they're really common anywhere we have.large expanses of row crop habitat or.graze areas one of my breeding bird.surveys I do is Forest City Hughes area.it's a lot of row crop not very exciting.bird wise but I do love to hear the horn.larks singing in the morning.urban areas too can be home to a variety.of birds and have moved in and made.their homes in our cities one of those.that has adapted to living among us is.the peregrine falcon historically.peregrine falcons nested on cliffs so.they're kind of right at home on our.skyscrapers and our bridges now there.hasn't been a peregrine falcon pair.nesting in Arkansas for decades they did.have their populations kind of decimated.due to DDT they have come back but they.just haven't started nesting in Arkansas.in recent times but occasionally you'll.see them well in a lot of open areas.they'll be hunting waterfowl and other.birds but sometimes they'll be in Little.Rock for example and go after pigeons.another Raptor that's right at home in.our suburban places is the Mississippi.kite they primarily like bottom land.hardwood forests but now they've started.nesting in the trees in our green spaces.so they have been able to expand their.range north and east words because they.have adapt actually it was just a few.years ago that they first the first nest.was found in Fayetteville and now.they're regular nester in Fayetteville.so they're moving pretty fast and.they're very common where I am in Little.Rock and in many urban areas you can.find I love seeing them fly around and.they're just starting to arrive back in.Arkansas.beautiful bear it's so graceful.so as I've kind of already hinted.different birds are found in Arkansas at.different times of the year some of.course are here all year round some are.the breeding season some in the winter.and some just pass through during.migration.oh come on residents they should be.birds that are familiar to you common.backyard birds tend to also be permanent.resident birds like the Carolina wren.our most abundant wren widespread found.in a variety of habitats perfectly at.home in our backyards and notorious for.nesting in and around our homes.any place where they can shove some.leaves and twigs into they will nest.whether it's in an ox or a flower pot or.the pocket of clothing hanging on a.drying line or the photo gear shoes or.the garage sometimes it's your barbecue.grill or the grill of your car may mess.anywhere they can.it was rolling cheeseburger cheeseburger.cheeseburger tikal tikal teakettle Jimmy.Jimmy Jimmy Jimmy Jimmy other coming.backyard bird permanent resident our.most widespread woodpecker the.red-bellied woodpecker.it does have sur le but the most obvious.feature is the red on the head it goes.from the nape to the forehead on the.male just on the nape on the female and.then also note the black and white zebra.stripes herons and egrets tend to be.primarily breeding birds in Arkansas.there are a few like the great blue.heron they're here year-round but we get.the most of them most species greatest.number of individuals in the breeding.season we're little nest in big colonies.and trees above water.burglars also merrily are here in the.breeding season some of them are here.year-round but mostly we get them in the.summertime like the black-throated Green.Warbler he's easy zoos he just arrived.in the state I heard my first one.yesterday and there's the yellow Warbler.that says sweet sweet sweet I'm so sweet.he's waits wheat I'm so sweet that's.nuts I did Warbler meet you.he's pleased pleased to meet you.or CCC miss Beecher.the other one was the American Redstart.which is cccc Oh waterfowl primarily.winter residents in the state occupy all.their large bodies water sewage ponds.variety of water habitats.that's where waterfowl are found and.sparrows also are largely a winter.phenomenon here although some birds like.the white throated Sparrow will stick.around all the way through mid-may.before they migrate to their northern.breeding grounds.right now there are a whole lot of birds.that are migrating north for spring.migration it's a wonderful time of year.to be burning there are some that just.passed through Arkansas mostly most are.shorebirds just stopped by for a short.time on their long migrations between.South America and their northern.breeding grounds northern US and all the.way up to the Arctic and when they come.through they need shallow water and.mudflat habitats lake margins drain fish.ponds those sorts of things are.critically important or a shallow water.areas managed for them like a Bald Knob.National Wildlife Refuge real critical.stopover habitat for variety of.shorebirds species.then the lovely rose breasted grosbeak.is here for just a few weeks in the.summer and a few weeks in the fall as.they're migrating through so by the end.of april's when we will expect to see.rose-breasted grosbeak return to the.state.Oh another way that birds end up in.Arkansas and on our list is through.range expansion with a movement to the.birds themselves and there's a variety.of ways that that happens what is the.range expansion and that can be through.introductions by humans or natural range.expansion so there are a few species.that have been introduced to Arkansas in.the United States one of those is course.the rock pigeon which has been here for.a long time there is essentially a.naturalized bird another one is the.Eurasian collared dove looks something.like a mourning dove notice the.different shade of brown notice the.square tip tail not the point you tailed.the mourning dove and the white and.black stripe on the back of the neck and.collar and the collared dove this.species whether it was introduced to the.Caribbean I believe and then from there.escaped and expanded it reach Florida.kept on going first runs and Arkansas.were founded in 1987 now it's found.across the entire state of Arkansas most.in her urban areas and is continuing to.spread a few years ago I saw one of.these birds in upstate New York which is.still out of range but shows they're.expanding and your Asian collar bugs.have a real monotonous sound.I'm pretty but they always and they also.give a loud scream like a which can be.startling when you first hear it.species that has expanded expanded its.range naturally is the black-bellied.Whistling Duck was only a few decades.ago that the species in the US was just.found in southern Texas this is a common.bird in Mexico and points south but it.expanded Texas and then continued to.expand and now is found throughout.Arkansas especially in open areas the.Delta the River Valley and they are.nesting in Arkansas you'll see pairs on.ponds with huge bruise and this is.another bird that I have also seen it.upstate New York far from where it.belongs.and then sometimes unfortunately we lose.species in Arkansas due to range.collapse they can disappear here but.still be somewhere else or disappear.entirely example of an extra baited bird.is the greater prairie chicken which.used to occupy the prairies of Arkansas.but when people moved in and started to.tear up the prairies and replace it with.agriculture well they just wasn't enough.room left for greater prairie chickens.and they have disappeared from the state.now maybe someday we can restore enough.Prairie to reintroduce the species but.for now that is still a dream that's a.long ways away but we're working on it.especially in the Grand Prairie of.eastern Arkansas.then some species are gone for good.there are extinct to the world one.especially sad case is the passenger.pigeon which at one time used to be the.most abundant bird on the planet.numbering in the billions with early.explorers talking about flocks that.would take hours or days to pass.overhead that would blacken the Sun and.that would weigh down and break tree.limbs with the sheer weight of their.colonies and then they were hunted out.over hundy for no good reason.they their whole growth bars him down.and now they are gone it's a real lesson.that we just because a bird a common.doesn't mean it can't disappear.and then sometimes birds end up in.Arkansas for somewhat random reasons.unpredictable I should say these are.birds that we refer to as vagrants or we.used a term rare bird which doesn't mean.rare as threatened or endangered but.means rarely occurs.for example say this is a species that.it lives primarily to the west of.Arkansas winters in Alaska and the Great.Plain Central Valley area and enters.down in Mexico and you can imagine if a.migrating bird was say starting in.Alaska and its internal compass was just.a few degrees off they could pretty.easily end up in Arkansas in southern.Texas and spend the winter in Arkansas.and indeed that happens from time to.time someone will find a safe speedy.wintering in Arkansas when fact I'm not.sure if it's there right now but there.was recently one found in eastern.Arkansas and it was right across the.street from the Vermillion fly catcher.which is a similar example to the saves.Edie.sometimes Birds just get the wanderlust.and wander outside their territory a.good example.well many hummingbird it's not just a.broad built hummingbird not really a.migratory bird it's a bird that in the.u.s. is primarily found in southeastern.Arizona southwestern Mexico but.occasionally Birds for whatever reason.decide to head off on their own try to.make their way in the world Ola find.some new territory to occupy and end up.way down a range especially along the.southern tier of states but it wasn't.under 2005-2006 the Arkansas finally got.its first broad-billed hummingbird a.bird that hung out in Whitehall north of.Pine Bluff and then when news of that.bird broke the birders descended on the.house the hosts that had that.hummingbird I was there too the day.after at least broke birds came from all.over the state to gather at the feeder.and watch that broadbill hummingbird.comings quite exciting.then lo and behold second winter record.winter 2008-2009 hanging out at a bird.watchers feeder in Conway and then whoa.our third state record 2017 in.Arkadelphia hung out for just three days.so not a lot of people got to see that.one.the next bra bill hummingbird current.Arkansas I have no idea.time's major weather systems move birds.especially hurricanes for example if a.hurricane sweeps through the Gulf of.Mexico and makes land it can sweep up.sea birds in its path and then when the.hurricane breaks up those seabirds are.deposited far inland from where they.would otherwise be and that's the case.for birds like the Magnificent frigate.bird I got to see in southwestern.Arkansas after a hurricane that.fortunately broke up just over Millwood.lake when that hurricane came that was.Hurricane Ivan I believe I stationed.myself at Millwood lake during the.hurricane hoping to see a sea bird and.indeed magnificent frigate bird was the.bird.and sometimes have no idea why a bird.shows up and much to everybody's.surprise another seabird Brown booby.showed up on Lake moral in Saline County.in 2012 August 2012 not associated with.any weather event and this was just the.start of but how do what came to be a.whole like bunch of inland Brown booby.records all across the eastern United.States and since then we've had nine.Brown booby records in various large.bodies of water around the state and.right now I don't know if anyone knows.why that's happening what's going on.Oh to summarize answer the questions I.was Arkansas come to have so many Burt.well that's due to the dynamic nature of.Arkansas geography our habitats the.season and the movement hurts themselves.and you see all 422 species well.unfortunately no because some of those.are extinct or extricated some of those.were rare birds who've had one record.and all time and another one may never.show up in the state but you can.certainly increase in number of birds.that you see in Arkansas see more bird.species by traveling around the state.visiting different areas visiting.different habitats in different times of.the year that's the way you increase.your state list of birds and sometimes.just being lucky and being in the right.place at the right time to find that.rare bird.you.sorry about the sound issues books.any questions.also if you want to know what species.have been seen in the state and when.spected there is the official state.checklist of Arkansas birds that can be.found on the Arkansas birds website.that's a are birds dot o-r-g there are.birds RG is the official has the.official state checklist of Arkansas.birds recommend every bird or have that.I need the woodpecker still after I know.far as I know no one is looking for it.to show no official search for a certain.effort was tried and find it we didn't.find the absolute proof that was needed.but a lot of good conservation work was.done in the name of the ivory bill and.the birding world's attention turned to.Arkansas because of that and now a lot.of birders come here to see the birds.that we do have here on a regular basis.Oh rains over Arkansas someone reminding.me to mention that Arkansas Game and.Fish Commission has a program called.wings over Arkansas you get a pin and.certificate when you see a certain.number of birds so 25 Birds is the.chickadee level 300 Birds is a.swallow-tailed kite level so it's kind.of a fun way to encourage you to go out.and see more species and it's free go to.Game and Fish Commission website for.more information.so y'all have more than one bluebird box.well if you have enough room you can put.what more than one box up there I I.don't know the guidance for spacing.bluebird boxes off top of my head but.you can certainly find that online but.if the boxes are too close together one.bluebird will dominate both boxes and.keep another pair from nesting in there.what's the rarest bird in Arkansas oh.that's a the rarest one that occurs.regularly that may be.that might be the red-cockaded.woodpecker for its low population size.permanent resident small number of birds.endangered species.can birds fly if they lose some feathers.well yes yes.I mean if they lose a whole bunch of.feathers they might be hampered but I've.certainly seen morning doves flying.around without a tail Cardinals flying.around on a tail and if a bird loses its.feathers prematurely then it will mult.in new feathers pretty quickly to.replace the lost ones.where do you ruby-throated hummingbirds.live well they nest in forested areas.they build their nests in trees.so to have a hummingbird nesting in your.neighborhood you've got to have trees.around and you got to have enough trees.for the birds to live in so they kind of.like forested areas and the closer you.live to a forested area the more likely.you are to have a nest around or to have.many birds whose territories may overlap.with your area your feeders.if you live in just a very suburban area.area with fewer trees you will get.plenty of birds during migration but not.as many during the breeding season.the biggest bird ever I believe that.would be the trumpeter swan which is.also one of the me bees the heaviest.flying bird in North America.then pelicans are pretty darn big to.the biggest bird I have seen that is.probably the Andean Condor that I saw in.Colombia last year.you.someone asked about it I Kamba update.I'm not going to get into that right now.but if you go to a our Audubon org slash.by canva you can learn more about the.latest on that canva.which is an herbicide that is.threatening bird habitat.how big was it it was so big I once.offered this big.what's the wingspan of an andean condor.that is a great question I would have to.cheat to figure that one out.any bird that I'm worried about going.extinct in Arkansas hmm well hmm.well a whole lot of our birds are in.danger of extinction due to climate.change a study done by National Audubon.last year found that there are 360.veterans and species on the brink of.extinction in the future due to global.warming they're going to lose a.significant portion of their range.that's a major threat for those birds.there's at least when he choose 23 bird.species in Arkansas that are going to.lose significant or all of their.Arkansas range in the future under a.warming wing warming conditions like.andean condor 10-foot wingspan thank you.do or stay in the state sometimes yes.occasionally we have a Baltimore Oriole.that spends the winter in Arkansas there.is at least one that's in the greater.Memphis area right now.have you seen a trumpeter swan and what.do they sound like well I have seen.trumpeter swans they're pretty.widespread in the state now another good.conservation story lake near Heber.Springs is a great place to see.trumpeter swans.let me see I can play a trumpeter swan.for you.come on my nap.here we go trumpeter swans sound like Z.oh yes this photo here that you see in.this question slot is a great horned owl.are there any species that breed.exclusively in Arkansas no we don't have.any birds that are endemic to Arkansas.but there are a few species that are.endemic to the United States that are.found in Arkansas like the Backman.sparrow and cockaded woodpecker.any thoughts on building kidneys lift.housing so you can build a tower for.chimney slips plans online there's a.whole book about how to build towers for.chimneys lifts and they should generally.be placed in an open area.how many birds I've seen well I've seen.363 out of Arkansas's 422 species and.I've seen over 1,700 species in the.world.favorite app to help with identification.yes a great free app to help with bird.ID is called Merlin kind of like the.wizard but named for the Falcon but.Merlin is a bird ID wizard it's a free.app from the Cornell Lab of Ornithology.and you answer a series of questions.about the bird size the color the.habitat and based on that plus your.location and the time of year then it.gets from your phone it will give you a.shortlist of species to choose from and.then you can explore more about the.birds to confirm and then also Merlin.has a photo identification ability to.which is pretty darn cool.recommendation to keep raptors attacking.free-range chickens I'm sorry I do not.have that expertise.what's the smallest bird in Arkansas.what's the greenest bird in Arkansas my.goodness.interesting questions the smallest.burden Arkansas is gonna be the.ruby-throated hummingbird and the.greenest bird well that would probably.be the female painted bunting she is.various shades of green.you.you.any other questions.you.well alright thank you everybody I.appreciate you and stay tuned for.tomorrow night's webinar the night life.of birds at 7:00 p.m. central that one.may also be live streamed on national.Autobots.Facebook page more to come.you.

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The great thing about CocoSign is that it helps you place your signature online the Arkansas Backyard Birds Form in your Gmail, without having any other implements involved. You can do that using the CocoSign Chrome extension. There are only five simple points you need to follow to sign your form right in your Gmail account:

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  2. Log into your Gmail account.
  3. Get to the Inbox and find the email containing the contract you need to sign.
  4. On the sidebar, you will find the button 'Sign'; click it and produce your own e-signature.
  5. Once you tick 'Done,' the signature will be completed, and the signed document will be automatically saved in a draft email generated by the CocoSign system.

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How to create an e-signature for the Arkansas Backyard Birds Form straight from your smartphone?

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When you need to sign a Arkansas Backyard Birds Form , and you're working from home, the CocoSign web application is the answer. Signing and sending a legally binding document will take seconds. Here is what you need to do to sign a document on your cell phone:

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  2. Hit on the document that needs to be signed on the device and access to it.
  3. Open the document and go to the page to put down your signature.
  4. Tick on 'My Signature'.
  5. Personalize your unique signature, then add on it on the page.
  6. Once you have done, read the written part again, tick 'Done'.

All these points won't take long time duration, and once the document is signed, you decide the next step. You can either download it to the device or share it in an email or using a link.

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How to create an e-signature for the Arkansas Backyard Birds Form on iOS?

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These are the elements you need to sign the form right from your iPhone or iPad:

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  2. Try your email to produce an account, or sign in with Google or Facebook.
  3. Hit on the PDF that needs to be signed on the phone or pull it from the cloud.
  4. Hit on the sector where you want to write down the signature; tick 'Insert initials' and 'Insert signature'.
  5. Insert your initials or signature, place them correctly, and save changes to the document.

After completing, the document is ready for the next step. You can download it to your iPhone and forward it. As long as you have a qualified internet connection, you can sign and send documents quickly.

How to create an electronic signature for the Arkansas Backyard Birds Form on Android?

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You can obtain the app on Play Market, install it, and you should start signing documents. These are the points to sign a form on your Android device:

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  2. Tick on '+' to access to the document you want to sign, from cloud storage or using your camera.
  3. Hit on the sector where the signature must be placed and then use the popup window to insert your signature.
  4. Draw it on the page, confirm, and save the changes.
  5. The final step is to foward the signed document.

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