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Rerun: The migrating birds of Bear Divide, with Ryan Terrill: Tonight, Weds., 8 June, 7:30 p.m.

June 8, 2022

[Posted by Chuck Almdale]

Ryan Terrill was sick last night and couldn’t give SMBAS his presentation. However, he is scheduled to do it tonight for Los Angeles Audubon, which is a rescheduling of the LAAS program from last month.

Wednesday at 7:30 pm, 8 June. 
Details are here: https://www.laaudubon.org/events/2022/s7sc4ob3326fr9k9qvma2gdqh71kz9-4ytgg-r3pes 
Direct link is: https://bluejeans.com/453589711/5731 


Fortunately for SMBAS, Richard Crossley, bird field guide writer and one intimately familiar with Bear Divide and the entire project, had tuned in to watch his friend Ryan. When Ryan didn’t appear, Richard volunteered to speak impromptu about the Bear Divide project and the migration patterns of passerines in general. [Hint: They don’t just fly at night but also look for food in the early morning. Find their food and you’ll find them.] It was very interesting to all. If we recorded it we’ll put it on the blog. I didn’t time it but I’d guess it was 30-45 minutes long.

4 Comments leave one →
  1. Alison Boyle permalink
    June 8, 2022 7:50 pm

    Hi Chuck, This meeting didn’t seem to work this evening. I saw 2 others log on but there was no meeting to watch. Any idea what may have happened?

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    • Chukar permalink*
      June 9, 2022 12:13 pm

      The LAAS program was canceled as Ryan Terrill was still sick.

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  2. katymann1960 permalink
    June 8, 2022 4:15 pm

    He just canceled for Los Angeles Audubon tonight as well due to illness.

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  3. ELIZABETH GALTON permalink
    June 8, 2022 3:51 pm

    It has been canceled. Liz.

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