Mark your calendars — ‘Frozen feathers: 25 years of birding in Alaska’

By January 1, 1970July 26th, 2018No Comments

This meeting is for the birds — and the birders who love them. Nancy and Jim DeWitt will present “a photo journey to some of the last frontier’s premier and lesser-known birding destinations” at 7 p.m. on Thursday, August 9 at Deer Flat Refuge Visitor Center. It is the monthly meeting for the Southwestern Idaho Birders Association and is open to the public, according to a press release about the meeting.

The presentation will cover birds “from the remote Pribilof Islands and Gambell to shorebird festivals and Christmas Bird Counts at 40 below zero” and will include photos and stories from the DeWitt’s Alaskan adventures.

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Nancy, a Boise native, was the executive director of the Alaska Bird Observatory, an Audubon Alaska board member, Fairbanks’ “owl lady” and is now the coordinator for the local Sagebrush in Prisons Project. Jim is a semi-retired attorney, past president of the Alaska Conservation Foundation board of trustees, a board member with the Idaho Conservation League and an avid bird photographer. They co-authored several chapters of “A Birder’s Guide to Alaska” and enjoy chasing birds throughout the Western Hemisphere, said the release.

SIBA meetings are held the second Thursday of the month at 7  and are held at the Deer Flat NWR Visitor Center at 13751 Upper Embankment Road in Nampa. The entrance is at the corner of Roosevelt and Indiana Avenues. 


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