Date: 10/20/19 7:16 pm
From: JFoulke <000000e096e748ef-dmarc-request...>
Subject: Bucks County Birders October meeting
Fall migration is well underway with the arrival of the dreaded CFWs (Confusing Fall Warblers). Please join Bucks County Birders on October 22 when Brandon Swayser of the Wildlands Conservancy gives us tips on identifying those itty-bitty-flitties that can stump even experienced birders.

Brandon earned a B.S. in zoology from Delaware Valley Universityand an MS in ornithology from East Stroudsburg University. He has taught ecology, biology and environmental science at his alma mater and Lehigh-Carbon Community College. He works as an environmental educator and wildlife ambassador collection manager at the Wildlands Conservancy in Emmaus PA. A permitted bird-bander, he conducted research on Hooded warblers and many other bird species. He currently serves on the Lehigh Valley Audubon Society board of directors.

Bucks County Birders meets on Tuesday October 22nd at the Peace Valley Nature Center, 170 N Chapman Rd, Doylestown, PA. Enter through the "deer gate" on the right side of the building. Fellowship and light refreshments at 7pm; the program begins at 7:30. Meetings are free; all welcome. Directions: 40.33067, -75.14968
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