Kitsap Audubon meets on the second Thursday from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. in the Poulsbo Library Community Room, 700 NE Lincoln Rd., Poulsbo WA 98370. For information, contact Gene Bullock at email@example.com
December 13, 2018: Bird Migration by Constance Sidles
Kitsap Audubon meets on the second Thursdayfrom 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. in the Poulsbo Library Community Room, 700 NE Lincoln Rd., Poulsbo WA 98370. For information, contact Gene Bullock at firstname.lastname@example.org
Perennial Kitsap Audubon favorite Constance Sidles will treat us once again to her wonderfully engaging observations about birds.
In two more short months, the vast river of birds that stream north every year from Central and South America will begin, first as a trickle, then as a flood - billions of individuals all rushing north to breed. As the days lengthen, birds’ hormones will start to build, and their thoughts will turn to travel: whether to go, where to fly, when, and how. Birds never ask why, but we do! Come hear master birder
Constance Sidles fill you in on the latest information and theories about how and why birds migrate. Constance Sidles is a master birder, a nature author, and a University of Washington ornithology instructor. She currently serves on Seattle Audubon’s Conservation Committee and chairs SAS’s Publications Committee.
Preview of Future Programs:
January 10th - Dan Streiffert: Arctic National Wildlife Refuge
February 14th - Janine Schutt: bird friendly backyard gardening
March 14th - Tim Boyer: Shorebird Migration