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MONTHLY PROGRAM MEETING

 

Birds, Backyard Habitat and Beyond

a film by Craig and Joy Johnson

Puget Sound area watercolor artist and photographer Craig Johnson, and his wife, writer Joy Johnson, have created a remarkable DVD that beautifully illustrates what can happen when native habitat is allowed to flourish, even in as small a space as a suburban backyard. The Johnsons illustrate the delights possible by recording the birds and other creatures that visit their backyard. This engaging film provides a window to wildlife behaviors many people have never seen before. Watch and wonder as creatures forage for food, create nests, raise young, maintain their plumage and much more.

Using Craig’s animations, graphics and photographs, the Johnsons offer some simple suggestions to increase the variety of birds visiting your yard.

Friday, March 13, 2015
7:00 - 8:30 pm
Everett Firefighter's Hall
2411 Hewitt Avenue, Everett (map)

 For more information, leave message at 425-610-8027
 





How You Can Help The Marbled Murrelet?

Do you want to help save the marbled murrelet and its imperiled forest habitat but don’t know how to get started?  Just pick a task off this list and make a contribution to the survival of this enigmatic forest-nesting seabird!
 



Gifts of the Crow

University of Washington Professor Dr. John Marzluff will relate some fascinating, funny, and endearing information based on his research on crows. Dr. Marzluff has been featured in the PBS program, Nature, and is a favorite TV and radio guest.

Thursday, March 12, 7 pm
Rosehill Community Center, 304 Lincoln Avenue, Mukilteo

Presented by Mukilteo Wildlife Habitat Project, Snohomish Conservation District, and City of Mukilteo in conjunction with Celebrate Mukilteo Wildlife Week.  Co-sponsored by Brier Wildlife Habitat Project, Edmonds Wildlife Habitat Project, Japanese Gulch Group, and Pilchuck Audubon Society. For more information, contact mukilteowildlife@gmail.com


 
Red-naped Sapsucker by Rick Brauer
 
Multi-day Eastern Washington field trips coming in May and June - 
Check web calendar for details.
  

Free 8-hour HAZWOPER classes is being offered for
citizens interested in oiled wildlife response. 
 
See details below:
 
  


        


Help the Birds with Climate Change

Solar power opportunities in Washington State  

 


  
Forest Practices Committee News

Update
on Motocross Park, January 13, 2015

Pilchuck Audubon opposes clear cut in Wallace Falls area
 




Help Pilchuck Audubon by Shopping!

Amazon Smile

If you are shopping on Amazon, simply start on this page, http://tinyurl.com/smilepas, and Amazon will donate a portion of the purchase price to Pilchuck Audubon. Millions of products are eligible for donations. It couldn't be easier!
 



New website features:

People of PAS: Don Bayes

Results of the Edmonds 2014 Christmas Bird Count

Results of the Everett/Marysville 2014 Christmas Bird Count

Photo Gallery -- John Hollis, Everett

(The gallery will feature a Pilchuck photographer every few months.  If you would like to submit photos, please contact webmaster@pilchuckaudubon.org.)

Close Encounters of the Bird Kind -- Jim Beneteau, Arlington, shares a holiday bird story

(This page features writings about birds.  If you have had a magical birding moment, consider writing it up and submitting it to webmaster@pilchuckaudubon.org)

 



 Upcoming Birding Trips

 



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