Date: 11/9/21 5:34 pm
From: Cynthia Ehlinger <cynthia.ehlinger...>
Subject: [CT Birds] ​COA’s Winter Waterfowl Workshop - Nov. 27 online & Nov. 28 in person
COA’s Winter Waterfowl Workshop
Saturday, November 27 at 7:00 pm. Online via Zoom (Register in advance)
Zoom Presenter: Chris Loscalzo
Sunday, November 28 at 8:00 am. In-person sea watches at coastal locations
(see below for details)

Chris Loscalzo will present “The Wintering Waterfowl of Long Island Sound”
on November 27 at 7:00 pm online via Zoom.

Learn how to identify the different waterfowl species that are present in
and near the LI Sound in winter. Learn how to differentiate among species
of Loon, Grebe, Scoter, Eider, alcids and others.
People who participate in the Zoom meeting on Saturday evening can attend a
sea watch the following morning at any of several locations along the CT
coast. Advance registration for the Sunday sea watches is not required.

The locations and leaders are:

- Greenwich Point Park with Cynthia Ehlinger
- Sherwood Island State Park with Tina Green
- Stratford Point with Frank Mantlik
- Hammonasset State Park with Chris Loscalzo
- Harkness Memorial State Park with Dave Provencher and Glenn Williams

Register in advance for the Saturday Zoom meeting at:
https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZcpdO2gqjsoGtK8g5b42_D_MGa8wGop037N

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing
information about joining the meeting.

Zoom Presenter: Chris Loscalzo is a former COA president and has presented
these Workshops for the past several years. A frequent field trip leader
and active environmentalist, Chris has been an avid birder since the age of
12 and an active member of the Connecticut birding community since 1990.
He is immediate past-president of the Connecticut Ornithological
Association, past-president of the New Haven Bird Club, and longstanding
compiler of the New Haven Christmas Bird Count as well as a major
contributor to the CT Bird Atlas. If it's bird-related, Chris is likely to
be involved in it

About COA Workshops. The live COA Workshops are free to all. A recording of
the Zoom presentation will be available to COA members with a registered
account on the COA website ctbirding.org under the Members Only tab.

Connecticut Ornithological Association is an all volunteer organization
with the mission of promoting interest in Connecticut birds, and
collecting, preparing, and disseminating the best available scientific
information on the status of Connecticut birds and their habitat.

Cynthia S. Ehlinger
for Connecticut Ornithological Association
Riverside

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