Monthly Meetings

Until further notice, our WOS Monthly Meetings are being held online only. There will be no in-person meetings.

The Washington Ornithological Society has decided to transition our video-conference platform to Zoom as of February 2022. 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.

WOS Monthly Meeting June 6, 2022

WOS Member Photo Night

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

Our final WOS Monthly Meeting of the season will be “Member Photo Night,” when favorite and new birding sites and insights are shared. This program illuminates the diverse and entertaining birding experiences of our members and serves as a catalyst for learning about new places and birding opportunities. Thanks to Year Three of COVID-19, this will once again be a “virtual” birding experience for the audience, joining from our respective ‘evening roosting’ spots.

WOS Members with photos to share may continue to step up to join through May 29 by writing to ELC@UW.EDU (please place WOS Member Photo Night in the subject line). We thank our member presenters in advance, for sharing their photographic and story-telling skills, and invite all to join us and enjoy the program!

Click here to join the meeting or paste this link into your browser:
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81848517622?pwd=NitLK3AwVVNRamFsYTlIT1ZLcHZKdz09

Meeting ID: 818 4851 7622

Passcode: 698991

One tap mobile (works for iOS devices only):
+12532158782,,81848517622#,,,,*698991# US (Tacoma)
+12532158782,,81848517622#,,,,*698991# US (Houston)

To keep this meeting secure, do not share this link, Meeting ID, passcode or mobile one-tap number publicly.

Meeting Guidelines

  • Please keep your microphone muted and your camera (video) off. You should see a red line through both icons.
  • Any questions you have during the meeting may be typed into the Chat box: we will pose them following each speakers’ presentation.

Zoom Tips

Before joining a Zoom meeting on a computer or mobile device (smartphone or tablet), you can download Zoom from their Download Center. Otherwise, when you click a “join” link, you will be offered web-based participation or prompted to download and install Zoom.

If you are not familiar with Zoom, check out their “Getting Started” page at: https://support.zoom.us/hc/en-us/categories/200101697

Consider Joining WOS

As we have since the start of these challenging times, WOS invites all to join via Zoom. If you are not a WOS member, please consider joining today at WOS membership.

WOS Meetings [when in-person meetings resume post-pandemic] are free and open to all. They are held the first Monday of each month, October through June, at the Center for Urban Horticulture on the University of Washington campus, 3501 NE 41st St. in Seattle. Doors open at 7:00 PM for socializing and the program begins at 7:30 PM.

Are you a WOS member who lives outside the Seattle area, or are you traveling? Live videoconferencing to our monthly meetings is a benefit to membership in WOS. You can attend these meetings remotely using Zoom. At meeting time, using your computer, tablet or smartphone, simply follow the Zoom link provided in the meeting announcement email (sent the week beforehand to WOS members).
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Member Photo Night 7:30 pm
Member Photo Night @ Online only
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Our final WOS Monthly Meeting of the season will be “Member Photo Night,” when favorite and new birding sites and insights are shared. This program illuminates the diverse and entertaining birding experiences of our members and serves as a catalyst for learning about new places and birding opportunities. Thanks to...
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