Date: 4/6/18 4:42 pm
From: Nick Bonomo via CTBirds <ctbirds...>
Subject: Re: [CT Birds] COA Gull Workshop, TOMORROW, Saturday 4/7
One more thing. We will likely have a few light snacks to share for the
indoor session, but there are no plans to stop for lunch. Packing food for
the day is a good idea, though you are welcome to detour for food at any
time as we move between locations along the coast.


On Fri, Apr 6, 2018 at 3:10 PM, Nick Bonomo <nbonomo...> wrote:

> Hi all,
> We are a 'go' for tomorrow's workshop on gull identification. The weather
> looks like it's going to hold off just to our south. Still, I would
> recommend bringing appropriate clothing in case we are surprised by a stray
> rain/snow shower. Given the temperatures, winter gear is recommended.
> You can read below for prior messages in this chain, but to summarize, we
> are beginning at 8am at Stratford Point, 1207 Prospect Dr, Stratford, CT.
> Drive through the open gate, up the driveway, and to the building at the
> end of the driveway. The presentation will begin at 8am inside the
> building. The talk, including breaks, should take about 90 minutes. From
> there, we hit the field to study the gulls in real life.
> Carpool if you can, as we will be traveling to many spots along the coast
> in search of gull flocks. There will be an option to leave a few vehicles
> at Stratford Point if need be, for collection later in the day.
> We will be permitted to use the restrooms at Stratford Point.
> Nick
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