Volume 27 Issue 3, Summer 2022 by Joe Coleman, Birding Coordinator More teams than ever, 13, participated in this year’s...
The 2022 Birdathon has ended, but it will be back in the spring of 2023 Thank You Gifts for Sponsors...
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Volume 26 Issue 3, Summer 2021 by Joe Coleman, Birding Coordinator During the height of bird migration in our area,...
Who is on your team? Rocky Fera, Paul Miller, Phil Daley – note: we are soliciting possible assistance from two...
Who is on your Birdathon team? Do you have different roles on your team? Bruce Hill (missing from the pic), Gerco...
Who is on your Birdathon team? Spring, McKenzie (age 5), and Addison (age 2) Ligi What day are you doing...
Who is on your Birdathon team? Do you have different roles on your team? Joe Coleman – Joe is our...
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