[wisb] Re: Bird Conference in Green Bay, Sept 29 - Oct 1

Dear birders,

Room block rates and availability for this conference expire tomorrow, Sept 8, 
so book your hotel today.  This promises to be a major birding event that you 
can't afford to miss!  More info at 
http://www.wisconsinbirds.org/annualmeeting.htm

  *Identification talks;
  *Hands-on eBird workshops taught by the WI eBird team;
  *Birding by ear training;
  *Lake Michigan birding field trip led by Tom Prestby (who guarantees a 
Pacific Loon);
  *A special Western Great Lakes Bird & Bat Observatory event with Noel 
Cutright;
  *Evening social focusing on the future of the Wisconsin Society for 
Ornithology;
  *A full day of talks on Common Loons, Golden-winged Warblers, Spruce Grouse, 
and other active research projects in the state; and
  *WBCI meeting outlining the path to successful bird monitoring programs.

Hope to see you there,

Ryan Brady
Wisconsin Bird Conservation Initiative 


-----Original Message-----
From: Brady, Ryan S - DNR 
Sent: Tuesday, August 30, 2011 2:01 PM
To: 'wisbirdn@xxxxxxxxxxxxx'
Subject: RE: Bird Conference in Green Bay, Sept 29 - Oct 1

Hi folks, this conference is less than a month away!  A block of rooms is being 
held at the conference hotel until September 8, so be sure to reserve your room 
today by calling the Comfort Suites at 920.499.7449.

Registration information can be found at 
http://www.wisconsinbirds.org/annualmeeting-registration.htm


Ryan Brady
Research Scientist
Bureau of Wildlife Management
Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources
2501 Golf Course Rd., Ashland, WI, 54806
(*) phone:      (715) 685-2933
(*) cell:       (715) 421-9018
(*) fax:        (715) 685-2909
(*) e-mail:     ryan.brady@xxxxxxxxxxxxx

-----Original Message-----
From: Brady, Ryan S - DNR
Sent: Thursday, August 18, 2011 10:19 AM
To: wisbirdn@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: Bird Conference in Green Bay, Sept 29 - Oct 1

Dear birders,

Registration is now open for the Wisconsin Bird Conservation Initiative's 
Annual Meeting to be held Thurs-Sat, Sept 29 - Oct 1, in Green Bay.  View the 
detailed agenda and register at http://www.wisconsinbirds.org/annualmeeting.htm

We've planned a long list of activities aimed at Wisconsin's birders and bird 
conservationists alike:

  * Identification talks;
  * Hands-on eBird workshops taught by the WI eBird team;
  * Birding by ear training;
  * Lake Michigan birding field trip led by Tom Prestby (who guarantees a 
Pacific Loon);
  * A special Western Great Lakes Bird & Bat Observatory event with Noel 
Cutright;
  * Evening social focusing on the future of the Wisconsin Society for 
Ornithology;
  * A full day of talks on Common Loons, Golden-winged Warblers, Spruce Grouse, 
and other active research projects in the state; and
  * WBCI meeting outlining the path to successful bird monitoring programs.

This promises to be a fun, educational, and social event featuring a broad 
cross-section of Wisconsin's birding community.  Register and book your hotel 
room today!

If you have any questions about the conference, please contact WBCI's primary 
organizers, Andy Paulios (andy.paulios@xxxxxxxxxxxxx) and Ryan Brady 
(ryan.brady@xxxxxxxxxxxxx).  Hope to see you there...



Ryan Brady
Research Scientist
Bureau of Wildlife Management
Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources
2501 Golf Course Rd., Ashland, WI, 54806
(*) phone:      (715) 685-2933
(*) cell:       (715) 421-9018
(*) fax:        (715) 685-2909
(*) e-mail:     ryan.brady@xxxxxxxxxxxxx

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