Rambles and Ramblings
Check this out to see where I'm giving
talks and where I'm leading walks


I'll be doing another Big Day in mid-May - stay tuned for details
as I try once again to see 180 species in a single 24-hour period.

Bird Studies Canada sponsors the James L. Baillie Bird-a-thon
annually
to fund volunteer research projects in Ontario and other parts of
Canada for the benefit of
wildlife. Thanks to the efforts of hundreds of volunteers, over
$250,000 was raised last year from
this ambitious project. The monies are distributed to individuals
and groups who are working on
projects to protect, enhance and study bird populations.

I will be doing the Bird-a-thon in late May 2018 in support of
North Durham Nature. I'll be out
for about twenty-four consecutive hours looking for birds
between Ajax, Oshawa, Port Perry,
Kirkfield and environs. Annually I find in excess of 155 species
of birds and last year I found
exactly 155 species. But I can't do this without your financial
support. I believe in and support
these projects and would ask you to consider pledging your
support this year to help North
Durham Nature and the birds! You can donate online at:

https://www.canadahelps.org/me/6Dd6MYs





May 31, 2018 - With Mark Stabb, I'll be speaking to
North Durham Nature about hawk identification
and
giving a workshop on how to find and identify the
m.
Check the North Durham Nature website for more
details or email me directly.


Tomorrow I'll be part of a Bioblitz at Heber Downs
and Crowe's Pass in Du
rham Region

May 14-17, 2018 - I'll be wandering around
Rondeau and Pelee - hope to see you there!
Ramblings
Rambles