[Tweeters] WOS meeting, Monday Nov 4
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Tue Oct 22 21:00:55 PDT 2019
"Song Recognition and Hybridization in a New White-Crowned Sparrow Contact Zone"
In the Cascade Mountains of Washington, White-crowned Sparrow sub-species, ZI pugetensis, and ZI gambelii have been found to breed in the same location for the first time. Over the past two summers, Will Brooks, a senior at the University of Puget Sound, has been observing whether the two subspecies interbreed and what factors, such as song recognition, effect interbreeding.
WOS meetings are held the first Monday the month Oct-June.
Social begins at 7:00pm, meeting begins at 7:30PM.
The Center for Urban Horticulture, 3501 NE 41st Seattle, WA 98105
Meetings are open to everyone. Members can attend remotely via GoToMeeting (go to WOS.org to join)
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