[Tweeters] WOS lecture this Monday!

Nadine Drisseq drisseq.n at gmail.com
Thu Jan 30 23:11:53 PST 2020

*Hi Tweets!Washington Ornithological Society's m**onthly meeting is this*

*Monday, February 3, 2020!*

*“Watching After Waterfowl: Research, Conservation and Management of the
Pacific Flyway’s Ducks, Geese and Swans”*

*with Kyle Spragens*

As Waterfowl Section Manager for the WDFW, Kyle Spragens is a major player
in managing and studying migratory waterfowl throughout the Pacific
Flyway and beyond.*

Come learn the what, how, and why of activities here in Washington, and
more importantly, cooperative efforts throughout the Flyway.

Washington Ornithological Society monthly meetings are held at:
The UW Center for Urban Horticulture, 3501 NE 41st Street, Seattle

Social starts at 7pm, and the formal program begins at 7:30pm.

Meetings are the first Monday of the month, October through June. All are
welcome! Hope to see you there!

GoTo Meeting Information
WOS members may join our monthly meetings remotely by using the
videoconferencing program, GoToMeeting (GTM).

Please join our meeting from your computer, tablet or smartphone.

You can also dial in using your phone.
United States: +1 (872) 240-3311

Access Code: 317-726-909

New to GoToMeeting? Get the app now and be ready when your first meeting

*Kyle Spragens is the Statewide Waterfowl Section Manager for the
Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife, and serves as liaison to the
Pacific flyway council. He is a graduate of Humboldt State University (BSc
& MSc) with an emphasis in Natural Resources and Wildlife Management. His
previous waterfowl ecology adventures have spanned from the Canadian Arctic
tundra to lagoons along the Black Sea in Turkey to fishponds in Hong Kong’s
Pearl River Delta; including six years as a Wildlife Biologist for the
USGS-San Francisco Bay Estuary Field Station and three years as Senior
Waterfowl Biologist for the USFWS-Yukon Delta NWR in Bethel, Alaska. His
background has focused on cooperation with partners across the Pacific and
East Asian-Australasian Flyways conducting monitoring and research projects
related to nesting waterfowl, migration chronology, sea-level rise impacts
to migratory bird habitats, and spatio-temporal dynamics in habitat use.
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