[Tweeters] north cascades audubon society newsletter MARCH

Twink Coffman wilber4818 at gmail.com
Wed Mar 1 11:36:33 PST 2017

March 2017 Newsletter is Online* Go to www.northcascadesaudubon.org
download the PDF. (Click "Newsletter" in the menu.)* March Events and Field
Trips Are Online* Visit our website to see what's coming up this month.
(Upcoming events are listed on the home page as well as on the Calendar.)* Hawk
Watching Around the World:*Raptor Highlights of Six Continents*

*Saturday, March 18, 7 PM **Bellingham Central Library, Lecture Room*

*Don't miss this exciting program mid-March! *Join raptor expert and author
Sergio Seipke as he showcases selected raptor species observed in recent
years while traveling in Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Chile, Mexico,
Nepal, Thailand, South Africa, Spain and the USA. His presentation will
include photographs and descriptions of some of the most spectacular hawk
watching sites around the world. Sergio has been studying raptors since
1993 and has authored and co-authored 16 articles dealing with raptor
biology, migration, taxonomy, and field identification of neotropical
raptors. He is currently writing *Raptors of South America*, a Princeton
University Press field guide dealing exclusively with the identification of
the 96 species of raptors occurring in South America.

*This special presentation is hosted by the Bellingham Public Library,
Whatcom Land Trust, Falcon Research Group and North Cascades Audubon

General Membership Meeting with Friends of Semiahmoo Bay Society* This
month's exciting membership meeting! Mark your calendar. See below for
date, time, and location.*

*Stewardship North of the 49th Parallel. *The Friends of Semiahmoo Bay
Society (FOSBS) is a 100% volunteer-based stewardship group working to
restore and raise knowledge of the watersheds and habitats associated with
Boundary Bay. Boundary Bay is just across the US/Canada border and is
located between White Rock and Point Roberts. This presentation will show
you why this area has international recognition for the significance of
this habitat and its wildlife- *expect some stunning pictures!* FOSBS has
three core components that make up the society: Environmental Education
Programs, Citizen Science Projects and Habitat Enhancement Projects. Matt
Christensen, Vice President/Restoration Projects Coordinator and Sarah
Brookes, Secretary/Education Programs Coordinator are proud to share a
little bit about this special area in which they work, and about the
accomplishments of FOSBS’s dedicated supporters and volunteers.

*Always on the 4th Tuesday of the month:March 28th, 7pm at the Whatcom
Museum,** free & open to the public!****in the Rotunda Room of the Old City
Hall building*

happy birding
wilber4818 at gmail.com
Ferndale, WA
in Whatcom County
out on the beach
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