Date: 3/22/21 6:07 am
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Subject: [Tweeters] WOS Presentation, Mon., April 5, Washington’s Vagrants: Where and When with Matt Bartels
Are you a birder who appreciates our local birds but also cannot help becoming excited when you learn that a rare bird – a
vagrant -- has been spotted in our state, whether or not you might be able to go searching for it yourself?  If so, you may
wonder:  where do these unexpected birds come from; where do they show up in WA; and is there any predictability to
when they appear?

If you would like to know the answers to these questions and more, please join WOS (Washington Ornithological Society) at
its April 5 Monthly Meeting when Matt Bartels will share what he has learned about species that rarely get seen in the
state.  

Matt’s impressive credentials include the fact that he has served as Secretary of the Washington Bird Records Committee
(WBRC) for the past 10 years.   Moreover, he is a passionate county lister, one of only two Washington birders to have seen
200 species in each of Washington State’s counties.  He was a member of Seattle Audubon’s Master Birder Class of 2005-6,
taught by Dennis Paulson.

What:  Washington’s Vagrants:  Where and When with Matt Bartels
When:  Monday, April 5, 7:30 pm
Where:  Via GoToMeeting (Sign-in begins at 7:15 pm)

WOS Monthly Meetings remain open to all as we continue to welcome the wider birding community to join us online via
GoToMeeting.

For login information, go to http://wos.org/about-wos/monthly-meetings/. While there, if you are not yet a member, I hope
you will consider becoming one.

Please join us!

Vicki King
WOS Program Coordinator
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