[Tweeters] WOS meeting in Seattle, Monday, March 2nd

Michael Hobbs birdmarymoor at verizon.net
Mon Mar 2 14:08:08 PST 2009


Just a reminder that the meeting is tonight. Hope to see you all there.

= Michael

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From: "Michael Hobbs" <birdmarymoor at verizon.net>
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Subject: [Tweeters] WOS meeting in Seattle, Monday, March 2nd



> Tweets - the Washington Ornithological Society would like to remind you of

> our March program:

>

> Monday, March 2, 2009

>

> The Owl and The Woodpecker: Encounters with North America's Most Iconic

> Birds - Paul Bannick

>

> Award-winning photographer Paul Bannick will take you on a visual journey

> of

> 11 key North American habitats through the needs of all 41 of North

> America's owl and woodpecker species. This stunning photographic study

> will

> be accompanied by field stories, and rich natural history derived from

> thousands of hours in the field. His talk will look at the way owls and

> woodpeckers define and enrich their habitat and how their life-histories

> are

> intertwined.

>

> Paul Bannick specializes in the natural history of North America, with a

> special focus on his beloved Pacific Northwest. Paul has coupled his love

> of

> the outdoors with his skill as a photographer to create images intended to

> foster intimacy between the viewer and subject in order to inspire

> education

> and conservation.

>

>

> WOS Programs are free and open to all. They are held the first Monday of

> each month at the Center for Urban Horticulture on the University of

> Washington campus, 3501 NE 41st St. in Seattle. Doors open at 7:00 PM and

> the program begins at 7:30 PM.

>

> Directions: From I-5, take SR 520 East. Take the Montlake Blvd. NE exit

> and

> turn north towards the University of Washington campus. Stay in right lane

> and go north on Montlake Blvd. over the bridge and past the stadium. The

> road will curve to the right around the Montlake Fill and merge with NE

> 45th

> St. You will quickly approach a five-way intersection. At the

> intersection, turn right onto Mary Gates Memorial Drive. The Center for

> Urban Horticulture is two 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. Bus numbers 25, 65, and 75 all stop at NE 45th and

> Mary Gates Memorial Drive.

>

> == Michael Hobbs

> == Kirkland, WA

> == http://www.marymoor.org/birding.htm

> == http://www.marymoor.org/BirdBlog.htm

> == birdmarymoor at verizon.net

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