WOS membership meeting, Monday March 4
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Fri Mar 1 10:43:31 PST 2002
Tweets - The next montly membership meeting of the Washington Ornithological
Society will be Monday, March 4.
The program will feature Dr. Thomas Good presenting "Love/Hate Relationships on
the Colony: How Hybridization and Competition Influence Coastal Gull
Populations." Dr. Good's PhD dissertation topic involved the glaucous-winged/
western gull hybrid zone. He is a New England native and got his M.S. at the
University of New Hampshire on gull foraging on intertidal invertebrates. Dr.
Good is currently working as a Research Fishery Biologist for the National
Marine Fisheries Service - Conservation Biology Program.
Monthly Membership Meetings are held the first Monday of the month (except
July, August, & September). They are held at the Center for Urban Horticulture
on the University of Washington campus, 3501 NE 41st St., Seattle, and are open
to all. The social begins at 7:00 p.m. and the program starts at 7:30 p.m.
Directions: From I-5 take SR520 East. Take the Montlake Blvd NE exit and turn
North towards the University of Washington campus. Stay in right lane and drive
North on Montlake Blvd (over the bridge and past the stadium). The road will
curve to the right around the Montlake Fill and merges with NE 45th St. You
will quickly approach a 5 way intersection. At the intersection turn right
onto Mary Gates Memorial Drive. The Center for Urban Horticulture is 2 long
blocks down on the right. There is plenty of free parking at the facility. We
use the main meeting room, the backside of which faces the road.
== Michael Hobbs
== Washington Ornithological Society webmaster
== WOSweb at wos.org
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