ORAS members night speaker signup (9/10/10)
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Oconee Rivers Audubon Society September (Zoom) speaker meeting
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Thursday, September 10th 2020, 7pm-8pm
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Please sign up below to give a 5-10 minute virtual talk at our September 10th speaker meeting. Slots are reserved on a first come, first served basis
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Speaker slotnameemailtalk titlebrief (1-2 sentence) description
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1Lauren GingerellaPresident's address on ORAS projects
Lauren will bring us up to speed on various ORAS projects, and what she got up to this summer
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2Kaylee ArnoldBinoculars for Young Black Birders
Kaylee was part of the team behind this summer's #BlackBirdersWeek, and following its huge success, came up with the idea of a fundraiser to provide young Black birders in Athens with binoculars. Thanks to the generosity of ORAS members, the fundraiser surpassed all our expectations. Kaylee will tell us how the fundraiser came about, what happens next, and how student-led outreach organization EcoReach will be bringing a love of birds into Clarke Co. classrooms
My research pigeons, homed in a farm in Watkinsville, have finally arrived. It is time to introduce them and why they are fascinating.
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3Doreen Chaussadas
doreen.chaussadas@gmail.com
25 pigeons research pigeons in Watkinsville: what can they teach us ?
ORAS was successful in attaining funding to install a bird-friednly garden on the greenway. Betsy will give a brief update and outline the next steps
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Betsy Kurimo-Beechuk
Update on Greenway Bird Garden
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5Sam MerkerSummer adventures in the Appalachians
Sam will let us know about his summer field season with warblers at Coweeta
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Reserve slots
May be called on if one of the above speakers cancels; if there are enough signups we will schedule another member's night later this fall
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Speaker slotnameemailtalk title brief (1-2 sentence) description
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6Richard Hallbackyard birding under lockdown
While covid may have clipped our wings, migratory birds that show up in our own backyards connect us to the wider world. I'll share some highlights and surprises from the past 6 months, and mention some species to look out for in September
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