[Tweeters] WOS Monthly Meeting, Oct. 3, 7:30 pm, Unexpected Population Trends in Panamanian Rainforest Birds: Complex Webs

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The Washington Ornithological Society is delighted to invite you to join us on Oct. 3 for the first program of the new season to be held on Zoom (no in-person meeting this month).

James R. Karr, UW Prof. Emeritus in the School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences, will present the results to date of a long-term study he initiated 55 years ago as a Ph.D. student in a large, protected area of central Panama.  This study, involving multiple teams of scientists, volunteers, grad students and postdocs over a 44-year period, was recently reported in an article published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.  Prof. Karr will talk about the study’s results, including the sometimes surprising patterns they observed.  His talk will also feature photos of the many furtive understory birds captured with ground-level mist nets over the course of the study.

When?  Monday, Oct. 3, 7:30 pm (sign-in begins at 7:15 pm)

WOS Monthly Meetings remain open to all as we continue to welcome the wider birding community to join us online.
For login information, go to http://wos.org/about-wos/monthly-meetings/.  
While there, if you are not yet a member of WOS, I hope you will consider becoming one.

Please join us!

Vicki King
WOS Program Coordinator

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