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February 2021

February Meeting via Zoom!: Allan Strong – “Conserving Grassland Birds in Agricultural Landscapes”

February 11 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Rochester, NY

Grassland birds show some of the most dramatic population declines in North America as a result of habitat loss and intensive agricultural management. Allan Strong has studied Bobolinks and Savannah Sparrows in the dairy country of Vermont’s Champlain Valley since 2002.

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March 2021

March Meeting via Zoom!: Matt Young – “From Finches to FiRN (the Finch Research Network)”

March 11 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Rochester, NY
Matt Young

Many area birders have been fortunate and delighted to observe Common Redpolls, as well as a sprinkling of other winter finches this season; colorful visitors from the North.

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April 2021

April Meeting via Zoom!: Alicia Rae Brunner, Cornell University – “Findings on Migratory Bird Behavior Under a Changing Climate”

April 8 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Rochester, NY

Alicia Rae Brunner will first talk about her Masters project, in which she studied Swainson's Warbler winter ecology in Jamaica and demonstrated how individuals modified their space use in response to rainfall change throughout the nonbreeding season.

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May 2021

May Meeting via Zoom!: Nathan Pieplow – “Hearing Evolution”

May 13 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Rochester, NY
Nathan Pieplow

Over the past two decades, DNA studies have radically restructured the bird family tree. Now ducks and chickens are together at the front of the field guide; falcons have landed next to parrots; our tanagers are grosbeaks; our seedeater is a tanager!

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