[CT Birds] Last few days to book for HMANA Conference in Greenwich
streatham2003 at aol.com
streatham2003 at aol.com
Wed Sep 26 08:36:43 EDT 2012
Just wanted to send a quick reminder that there are just a few days remaining to book the early bird rate for the 2012 HMANA conference. Julie Brown from HMANA will be on bird calls radio this weekend talking about the event and I just found out that Swarovski Optik will be bringing their new line of ATX modular scopes for people to have a look over the weekend, just another reason to come down.
Looking forward to seeing a few of you here.
Luke Tiller, Greenwich
The Hawk Migration Association of North American (HMANA)will hold its 2012 conference, “Counting for the Future,” hosted by theNational Audubon Society at the Audubon Center in Greenwich CT: www.http://greenwich.audubon.org/ on October 13and 14. The conference is open to both members and non-members of HMANA and will be acelebration of hawk watching during the peak migration season at one of NewEngland’s oldest hawk watch sites, Quaker Ridge.
The conference will feature an array of scientific presentations, paneldiscussions, raptor identification workshops, and field trips to local hawkwatch sites. Keynote speaker for the conference will be Peter Dunne, notedauthor and Director of Cape May Bird Observatory. Sponsored by Swarovski Optik,Mr. Dunne, the author of The Wind Masters and co-author of Hawks In Flight,will reflect upon 36 years of hawk watching and share the events that standout.
Throughout the weekend, conference participants will have anopportunity to gain greater insight into the conservation challenges facingraptor populations and to develop the collaborative strategies needed tomaintain stable populations. For more information or to register, visit HMANA’swebsite at www.hmana.org/Conference2012/ You can hear Julie Brown, MonitoringSite Coordinator for HMANA on BirdcallsRadio http://birdcallsradio.com/ on September 30th talking about the work ofHMANA, hawk watching in general as well as about the conference itself.
(The Hawk Migration Association of North America is amembership-based organization committed to the conservation of raptors throughthe scientific study, enjoyment, and appreciation of raptor migration.Audubon’s mission is toconserve and restore natural ecosystems, focusing on birds, other wildlife, andtheir habitats for the benefit of humanity and the earth's biological diversity.)
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