Monthly Meetings

WOS Monthly Meeting, Monday, March 4, 2024

Andy Stepniewski on “Finding Birds in Eastern Washington: An introduction to the myriad of habitats and their birds, east of the Cascade Crest”

Note: This meeting will be by Zoom only.

Join Andy Stepniewski on an armchair tour east of the Cascades, where a diversity of habitats, elevations and precipitation create a mosaic of vegetation zones. Travel from the crest of the Cascade Mountains to the sun-baked Columbia Plateau to appreciate habitats that provide breeding, wintering and migration-period habitat for more than 300 species of birds.

Andy has lived for four decades in the Yakima Valley and is a life-long naturalist. He has a special interest in the American West, through which he has traveled extensively for the past 50 years. He is a founding member of WOS and takes great pleasure in sharing his love of nature. Andy and his wife Ellen made major contributions to the Birder’s Guide to Washington.

Participant sign-in on Zoom begins at 7:15 PM Pacific Time. The meeting will begin at 7:30 PM.

Zoom Details for Attending Remotely

At meeting time, clicking on the hyperlink below will bring participants using computers and laptops directly into the meeting (no pre-registration required, no waiting room) via Zoom on the web, or, if you have previously downloaded the Zoom application (also called “client”), using that.

Those who are new to Zoom: please read the section “Zoom Tips” below for more guidance.

Note that there currently is no Phone-In Only capability for audio-only participation.

Click here to join the meeting or paste this link into your browser:
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Meeting ID: 808 371 5539

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Meeting Guidelines

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A Recording of the Presentation Will Be Available Later Online

Recordings of the WOS Monthly Meeting presentations can be found online a short time later on WOS’s YouTube Channel and will be retained there permanently. WOS members receive notification when new videos are posted.

Zoom Tips

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Consider Joining WOS

If you are not a WOS member, please consider joining today at WOS membership.

WOS Meetings are free and open to all. They are held the first Monday of each month, October through June.

Currently, all meetings are available remotely via Zoom. WOS sends members the Zoom link via email a week in advance, and the link is also provided on this web page before the meeting.

Selected meetings, which will be announced in advance, will also be held in person at the Center for Urban Horticulture on the University of Washington campus, 3501 NE 41st St. in Seattle. Doors open at 6:30 PM for socializing and the program begins at 7:30 PM.

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Martha Jordan: Washington’s White Birds of Winter – Swans and Snow Geese 7:30 pm
Martha Jordan: Washington’s White Birds of Winter – Swans and Snow Geese @ Online only
Feb 5 @ 7:30 pm
Martha Jordan will speak on Washington’s White Birds of Winter – Swans and Snow Geese Since the late 1970s, well-known swan biologist Martha Jordan has contributed enormously to understanding the life history of swans and Snow Geese, their biology and what influences their distribution across our state and the Pacific...
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