WMAS General Meeting Programs 2022 – Meetings are held at White Mountain Nature Center – 425 Woodland Rd, Pinetop-Lakeside, AZ Meetings start at 6:30. Speakers for each meeting are listed below. Please join us. All are welcome.

 

 

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July Chapter Meeting

White Mountain Nature Center 425 Woodland Rd, Pinetop-Lakeside, AZ

Dave Cagle presents “Winter Birding Locations in the East Valley”. Many WMAS members as well as Dave and Cheryl Cagle are official snowbirds and they will be sharing some of their birding experiences in the East Valley.

Beginning Birding Presentation #2 – Breeding Migrants

Show Low Public Library Show Low Public Library, 181 N 9th St, Show Low, AZ

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

August Chapter Meeting

White Mountain Nature Center 425 Woodland Rd, Pinetop-Lakeside, AZ

Ryan Follmuth, Region 1 Aquatic Wildlife Program Manager, will describe the how, what, where, and why of Apache and Gila Trout management in the White Mountains of Arizona. All aspects of native trout recovery will be discussed including how projects … Read More

Beginning Birding Presentation #3 – Passing Through

Show Low Public Library Show Low Public Library, 181 N 9th St, Show Low, AZ

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

September Chapter Meeting

White Mountain Nature Center 425 Woodland Rd, Pinetop-Lakeside, AZ

Lorna McNeil-Cox- “Superhero Wildlife in the White Mountains” (covers keystone species).

October Chapter Meeting

White Mountain Nature Center 425 Woodland Rd, Pinetop-Lakeside, AZ

Down on the Blue - A film, created by Barbara L. Davis. Tucked away in east central Arizona, 26 miles south of Alpine and 3,000 feet lower in elevation, the last designated “Primitive Area” in the United States is relatively … Read More

November Chapter Meeting

White Mountain Nature Center 425 Woodland Rd, Pinetop-Lakeside, AZ

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

December Chapter Meeting

White Mountain Nature Center 425 Woodland Rd, Pinetop-Lakeside, AZ

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