Wildlife of America Booklet 1981

Today on April 18, we are looking at Scott U.S. 1880-89 Wildlife of America Booklet. And a Happy 4th Birthday to Cooper!   

At the end of today’s post, I’m offering a sleuthing two questions, and if you can send me the correct answers I have a surprise goodie to snail mail to you. 

USPS, Scott #1880-89 – 1981 18c Wildlife of America, at Mystic Stamp

Wildlife of America Booklet

The 1981 Wildlife of America booklet was interesting reading about it over at Mystic Stamp.

“However, it wasn’t until the Postal Service issued the wildlife booklet that any of the stamps focused on endangered species.”

Furthermore, I’m including the Classic First Day Cover #1888-89 at Mystic Stamp Company.

Cooper’s 4th Birthday

As far as Cooper’s Birthday, it has been an enjoyable one here at home. With the coronavirus pandemic stay-at-home, he has not been going to daycare and so missing his Birthday at Pawville this year. 

Sleuthing Goodie Limited Time Offer

Also, if you would like to participate in a fun sleuthing, see if you can find the following:

  1. What city is the Apollo 13 Safe Return Pictorial Postmark 50th Anniversary to be mailed to?  (April 17th, 2020 blog post) 
  2. When is the name of the garden in North Carolina being included in the upcoming American Garden Stamps? (April 13, 2020 blog post)

You can send a reply to the email blog subscribe this blog post came in or use the contact form on the Home Page and just let me know. I’ll let you know by email if you are correct, and will have a special goodie to snail mail to you. Limited time offer, please let me know by Monday, April 20, 2020, by the end of the day. 

See you tomorrow for my Sunday blog post. I’ve got two wonderful blog idea submissions from email blog subscribers which I’ll be sharing. See you then!

Anchors Aweigh,  


P.S. Writing today’s blog was really funny behind the scenes. It is something I will be sharing in a few of my next set of letters I’m writing to pen pals. The net is I thought the blog count number today was a different number. And it made a difference in what I ended up posting today; it will debut in a future post. Today it turns out is daily blog post #1879! In the meantime, I hope you have enjoyed today’s look at the Wildlife of America booklet of stamps.

Attribution & Thank you to the following who I am referencing today

U.S. #1880-89, 1981 18¢ Wildlife of America Mystic Stamp

AnchoredScraps Adopt a Shelter Pet Stamps 2010 & #NationalLoveYourPetDay February 20 2020, 2/20/2020; Celebrating Cooper 3rd Year Birthday Pawville Party, April 18, 2019 




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