[midvalleybirds] TUESDAY SALEM AUDUBON BIRDER'S NIGHT GOES TO TEXAS

Eugenia Becker heronflight99 at yahoo.com
Sat Mar 7 21:50:34 PST 2020


Salem Audubon Birder’s NightTuesday, March 10, 2020 - 6:30 PMThe Carrier Room,  First United Methodist Church, 600 State Street, Salem

TEXAS: Let’s go Birding! - 
Glen Lindeman
Join us Tuesday, March 10 to learn new things about Birding in Texas.  How about counting birds by county? Want to know which sites are the best for your interests?  How about recommendations for birding festivals? When do they usually take place? Can you see migrating warblers in Texas?  All this and more.
Glen Lindeman has been a member of Salem Audubon for over 30 years, and also is a member of the Portland, Corvallis, East Cascades, Tucson (AZ) and Houston (TX) Audubon Societies.  He’s served as Chairman of the SAS Field Trips Committee since 2005, and has helped organize and has led birding trips throughout Oregon, including the Oregon Coast, Malheur National Wildlife Refuge and Summer Lake.   His presentations have included a “mini” Big Year, “My Big Year Take Two” and “A Taste of Australia”.   

When not traveling or leading birding trips, Glen splits his time between his new home in South Salem and his friend Jean’s home in the Houston suburb of Richmond, Texas. Glen has birded extensively in that bird-rich state and will share his experiences, photos and tips on Texas birding with us.

 Birder’s Night is a monthly program presented by Salem Audubon Society at 6:30 pm on the second Tuesday of each month from September through May.  A Conservation Learning Education and Resource (CLEAR) Grant from the Marion Soil and Water Conservation District supports Birder’s Night. Meetings are free and open to the public. Salem Audubon always appreciates donations to support its conservation, education, and stewardship programs.   For more information contact the Audubon office at (503) 588-7340.




 





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