Date: 9/1/17 3:33 pm
From: Paul Roberts <pmroberts254...>
Subject: [NHBirds] Eastern Mass Hawk Watch Annual Meeting FRIDAY, Sept 8, 7-9 p.m. Public Invited. Kevin Karlson keynote speaker
The 2017 Eastern Mass Hawk Watch annual meeting is this coming Friday
Sept. 8. The keynote speaker is Kevin T. Karlson, who will be speaking
on *Birds
of Prey: Hawks, Eagles, Falcons and Vultures of North America.* The program
reflects the mood and content of a new book (April 2017) by that title
co-authored by Pete Dunne and Kevin. The presentation includes some of the
most spectacular raptor images ever assembled by 19 top North American
photographers. This is a program guaranteed to interest anyone who cares
about raptors, regardless of their knowledge or experience. New Hampshire
birders with an interest in raptors are cordially invited to attend.

Copies of Kevin and Pete’s new book will be available for purchase at the
meeting, and Kevin will be happy to autograph them or copies acquired
previously, along with copies of his other books you might already have,
including the well known *The Shorebird Guide* and more recently, *Birding
by Impression: A Different Approach to Knowing and Identifying Birds*.

The EMHW annual meeting is free and open to the public (donations
gratefully accepted). The meeting will be held on Friday evening at the
“new” location, the air-conditioned Woburn Elks Lodge, 295 Washington
Street, Woburn, MA. A social hour with beverages and snacks starts at 6 pm,
followed at 7 pm by a brief business meeting and Kevin’s presentation.
We’ll also have our increasingly famous raffle, including many books on
raptors and some fantastic photography.

For complete information, including driving directions to the new location
in Woburn (plenty of free parking), visit the Eastern Mass Hawk Watch web
site at The new Woburn location is easy to reach, just
blocks from Rte. 128 and a short distance off Rte 93.



Paul M. Roberts
Medford, MA

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