Date: 3/26/17 3:13 pm From: Pam Piombino <piombino.pam...> Subject: [cobirds] Tues., Mar. 28, Boulder Audubon presents a program by Ted Floyd
This program is brought to you by *Boulder County Audubon*
7:15 p.m., Tuesday, March 28, 2017 Unitarian-Universalist Church 5001 Pennsylvania Avenue, Boulder Free and open to the general public
*Birding and Birders in Boulder County: Past, Present, and Future*
Fifteen years ago, Ted Floyd moved to Boulder County. At the time, nobody had ever seen a collared-dove in the county, nobody had Cackling Goose on their life list, and nobody had ever heard of a Woodhouse's Scrub-Jay. Times have changed: Today Bushtits swarm the county's eastern lowlands, Black-chinned Hummingbirds are widespread breeders, and Lesser Black-backed Gulls don't even raise an eyebrow. In this presentation, Ted will review some recent changes to our avifauna, and he will gaze into his crystal ball and tell us what lies ahead.
*Ted Floyd* is known for his passion for all things avian, amazing birding ear and the erudite Editor of *Birding* magazine, published by the American Birding Association, as well as the author of various books and articles about birds and nature. Floyd serves on the board of directors for Colorado Field Ornithologists, and is a frequent speaker at bird festivals and ornithological conferences. He and his family live in Lafayette, eastern Boulder County.