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Priscilla Sokolowski

Eugene, OR

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“Birds of Oregon and General Science” (BOGS)


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Birds of Oregon and General Science
Spring Term 2015 Schedule

BOGS is a quote: over 50; unquote, birding group. We meet every Thursday morning at the Campbell Center on 155 High Street in Eugene, from September through May. The first and third Thursdays are lectures on birds or general science topics. The second, fourth and fifth Thursdays are bird walks. Membership is open to anyone over 50 years old. Registration per quarter is $5.00. This goes to pay rent expenses for the room.

We have three Quarters: Fall, Winter, and Spring. A potluck is held the last meeting of each quarter as an opportunity to get better acquainted. Registration is the first meeting of each quarter. A DVD is shown on topics relating to birding on the first and last day of each quarter, during the registration process and at the potluck.

Questions about BOGS? Contact:

Date Activity
Speaker & Topic / Bird Walk & Leader
April 2 Registration Spring Quarter Begins - DVD about birds
April 9 Bird Walk Alton Baker area
We will walk from Campbell Center at 8:50am
Leader: Steve Barron
April 16 Presentation Eric Forsman, Ph.D. Wildlife Biologist: The Northern Spotted Owl
April 23 Bird Walk Led by Steve Barron; destination to be announced
May 7 Lecture Garrett Dorsey, Corps Biologist, will discuss what projects & research is being done at Fern Ridge Reservoir relating to birds.
May 14 Bird Walk Destination: Fern Ridge at Royal Ave
Carpool at Campbell Center. Meet at 8:50am
We return by Noon
May 21 Possible Bird Walk
May 28 Bird Walk Destination: Golden Garden Ponds
Meet at Campbell Center 8:50 for car-pooling.
We return by Noon
June 4 POTLUCK End of term: Celebrate the coming of Summer!
June 11 1st Bird walk of Summer
(Summer walks begin at 8am, not 9am)
co-led by Jody and Priscilla
Meet for car-pooling at Campbell Center at 7:50am
We return between 11am and Noon
Sept. 3 REGISTRATION FOR FALL TERM Fall Quarter begins: DVD about birds