Date: 5/29/18 9:46 am
From: Josée Rousseau <josee.rousseau...>
Subject: [obol] Re: Bioblitz Corvallis 2018
I should add that the OSU Bird Nerds <http://osubirdnerds.weebly.com/> will
be offering a bird walk as part of the Bioblitz bird banding demonstration
(see below for more info)!

Josée

On Mon, May 28, 2018 at 11:05 AM, Josée Rousseau <
<josee.rousseau...> wrote:

> Please join us for the *Bioblitz Corvallis 2018*; a family-friendly,
> free, event!
>
> All bird species observed in the Willamette Park, in Corvallis, on June 3
> will be tallied with other species of plants, insects, etc. Our goal is to
> record all the living species present in the park!
>
> Birds can be recorded using two ways:
> 1) Taking a photo of a bird and loading it in *iNaturalist *under the project
> "Bioblitz Corvallis 2018".
> 2) Submitting *ebird* checklists: all ebird checklists completed within
> the park on June 3rd will be considered.
>
> There will also be a *bird banding demonstration* between 7 am and 10 am.
> Please reply to me if you are interested in attending. Depending on the
> number of registrations (which is open to all ages but limited in numbers),
> we may divide the period into 1 or 2 demonstrations.
>
> More information about the bioblitz can be found below and on our
> facebook page at facebook.com/events/205371720069815
>
> Josée
>
>
> *******************************************************************
>
> What: BioBlitz Corvallis 2018
>
> When: Sunday, June 3rd from 10 am - 5 pm (*bird banding event at 7 am)
>
> Where: The Rotary Shelter in Willamette Park
>
> Join us from 10 am to 5 pm for an action-packed day of biological survey.
> This is a family-friendly event intended to introduce our community to the
> importance of citizen science and (re)connect with nature while also having
> some fun outside! All are welcome to join at any time throughout the day
> with no previous experience required. Professors, researchers, students,
> and community members will help each other collect and identify specimens
> while also engaging with the natural history of the Willamette Valley. The
> event is a student-led initiative with the support of the OSU Forest
> Biodiversity Research Network, and Oregon State Arthropod Collection.
>
> Check out our Facebook page: facebook.com/events/205371720069815 to
> receive updates.
>
> Join our iNaturalist Project and get involved!
>
> And don’t forget to pre-register for our special events: *Two bird-banding
> demonstrations will be offered between 7am-10am. Pre-registration required.
> Contact Josée at <josee.rousseau...> if interested!
>
> For any other inquiries, contact <Lu.Leite.Bio...>
>
>
> ______________________________________________
> Josée Rousseau
> PhD Candidate, Dept. Forest Ecosystems and Society
> Oregon State University, Corvallis OR
>
> <josee.rousseau...>
> (541) 286-8617
>

 
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