Beginning Birding
Beginning Birding Series by Mary Williams
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You’re invited to three presentations to learn more about our most common species of birds. Presented on the dates below at 6:15 PM at the Show Low Public Library by White Mountain Audubon Society President Mary Williams June 23: Year-round … Read More

Birding in the White Mountains: Beginning Birding
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You’re invited to three PowerPoint Presentations  to learn about our most common species of birds. Presented by White Mountain Audubon Society President Mary Williams Saturdays at 12:30 Snowflake Public Library   August 13: Year-round Birds August 27:  Breeding Migrants September 10:  … Read More

April Chapter Meeting
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At our first meeting of 2022, WMAS Chapter President Mary Williams will outline events and activities for the upcoming year including information about guest speakers, an eBirding seminar and her ‘Birding the White Mountains’ classes. Her PowerPoint presentation also will … Read More

Mexican Duck
WMAS Bird Walk Summary 1/22/2022
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WMAS Bird Walk Summary 1/22/2022 Jon Orona Eastern District Forester Arizona Department of Forestry & Fire Management In the tradition of the late 19th-century founder of Fool Hollow, Thomas Jefferson Adair, who was mocked by locals for his endeavors to farm … Read More

December Chapter Meeting
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Sue Sitko will take attendees on a virtual birding tour of Uganda, a long-awaited, twice postponed trip she will be taking this coming September. Over 1,000 species have been recorded in Uganda, which makes this eastern Africa country a birder’s paradise. Join … Read More

November Chapter Meeting
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Dan Groebner with Arizona Game & Fish asks: What do leopard frogs do in the winter since they don’t have to watch out for a foraging great blue heron? Leopard frogs are a food source for many bird species such as cormorants, … Read More

October Chapter Meeting
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Gerry Hodge will give a presentation on how to use e-Bird. Gerry will use screen-shots from the actual e-Bird website and app to demonstrate how to explore, enter, modify, and understand e-Bird data.