Read our latest newsletter to find out about upcoming volunteer opportunities, read articles by other members and the latest info from our committees. Read it here .
The bat monitoring project has kicked off in earnest. For more information, contact Barbara E. Results from Rust Monitoring: in 45 minutes of monitoring: 187 Total Bats id’d. This is the most id’d in any location so far. 90 Big Brown Bat Eptesicus fuss 2 Eastern Red Bats. Lasiurus borealis 37. Hoary Bats. Lasiurus cinereus 58 Silver-haired bats Laisonycteris noctivagans Dates for [Continue]
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The winter newsletter has been released and can be found here: Bug_Bytes_Newsletter_Winter_2018 It contains a couple book reviews, articles on Skunk Cabbage and Sandhill Cranes and a great article on the Kestrel and Barn Owl Nestbox Construction project (also included in our annual report).
Check out the fall edition to find out more about the Christmas Bird Counts, the Banshee Reeks outdoor classroom, upcoming volunteer and CE opportunities and general chapter happenings.
You can find the latest newsletter here. Also, don’t forget these important upcoming dates: August 5th – (Vol) LWC Butterfly count August 5th (CE) – Bat Program August 13th – VMN Banshee Reeks picnic August 15h – Application deadline for new class Sept 9th – (Vol) Native plant sale Sept 15-17 – (Lots o’ [Continue]
We’ve just released our Winter 2017 Newsletter.
On November 10th, the VMN Banshee Reeks chapter held an annual meeting. The election results are: President – Barbara Erlandson Vice President – Frank McLaughlin Secretary – Susan Sims Treasurer – Angie Bommersbach Board of Director Members: Dave Cazenas Bill Cour Liz Dennison Allison Gallo Thaissa Klimavicz Thomas Letonja Other Members: Kevin Rose, Chapter Advisor [Continue]
Lists Most people as they start birding on a regular basis decide to start keeping lists. A life list, a state list, a county list – sometimes it seems that birders are more interested in lists than birds. Did you know that eBird can BE your list? If you enter your data regularly into [Continue]