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Date correction: Tracking Bird Migrations 17 Dec. 7pm | Zoom by San Fernando Audubon

December 15, 2020

[Posted by Chuck Almdale]

I’m posting this message from a sister chapter again in order to correct the date. It looks a bit odd on our blog, and the first one looked quite odd in my email, but fixing these announcements that were formatted for a different website is a chore. Go to the San Fernando Valley website if you can’t make heads or tails of it.

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San Fernando Valley Audubon Society   Presentation on Zoom
December 17, 2020 -Thursday,  7 pm
Motus: A Worldwide Collaboration
Tracking Bird Migrations Guest Speaker:

Amie MacDonald
Motus Analyst and Coordinator, British Columbia
  Join Our Zoom Meeting On Thursday, December 17, 2020 at 7 pm, Join our Meeting by CLICKING HERE (If this button isn’t working for you, see detailed zoom invitation in the turquoise box at the bottom of this email.) Summary: The Motus Wildlife Tracking System is an international collaborative research network that uses automated radio telemetry to track birds, bats, and insects.

This presentation will include an overview of how Motus works, highlights from various research projects that have used Motus, and current and developing initiatives. New research projects, new technological developments, expansion into western North America, and regional collaboration efforts will be included. Ultimately, Motus is about community science – combining our efforts for conservation. About the speaker: 
Amie MacDonald
Amie works as the Western Motus Coordinator for Birds Canada, and is currently working to expand the Motus Wildlife Tracking System in British Columbia. Previously, she studied Red Knots during migratory stopover on the James Bay coast, and has also spent several years working as a field technician, primarily with shorebirds in the Bay of Fundy and James Bay, but also with seabirds, passerines, and small mammals on various projects. She loves being in the field and is interested in migration, population ecology, and the conservation of highly mobile species.  More Information: Motus Wildlife Tracking System: CLICK HERE VIDEO: Bird Conservation Through Motus CLICK HERE To receive announcements of future SFVAS presentations send an email request to davisr@ucla.edu
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Topic: Motus: Worldwide Collaboration to Track Bird Migrations
Time: Dec 17, 2020 07:00 PM Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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