[Tweeters] Three WOS notes: a field trip, a newsletter article, and an election

Jane Hadley hadleyj1725 at gmail.com
Mon Sep 20 11:55:51 PDT 2021

Dear Tweetsters - Three unrelated WOS items.

1. The first field trip of the fall season will take place this coming
Sunday September 26. RJ Baltierra will lead a trip covering Columbia
Basin Migrant Traps, such as Washtucna, Palouse Falls State Park, and
Lyons Ferry State Park. COVID precautions will be in effect. (See
https://wos.org/field-trips/ for WOS's COVID guidelines.)

Check here for details and to sign up:


2. I've noticed a number of posts recently about California Scrub-Jays
being seen at places where they've not been commonly seen before. I
thought I'd give a link to an interesting article by Steve Hampton in
the most recent WOS Newsletter (Issue 192 Aug-Sept 2021) about the
spread of California Scrub-Jays in the state and what it portends for
the future.

You can read this article at:

3. If you are a WOS member and haven't yet voted for officers and board
members, please go to https://wos.org/2021-wos-election/  and vote. The
voting period will close a week from today.

Jane Hadley

Seattle, WA

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