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NHAS Monthly Meeting - Feburary 4, 2021 - 6:45 pm - Shared screen with speaker view
Pam Diamond
48:18
YUM
gloria jahnke
49:39
I cannot hear you-I have checked sound and ok?
Catherine Alguire
50:11
we saw 2 hooded mergansers in the pond at Falconbridge in December!
Suzy Lawrence
50:13
We saw 3 females & 1 male Hooded Merganzer this afternoon at Beaver Marsh in urban Durham.
tom driscoll
50:42
Nice!
Barbara Braatz
55:37
why 25k acres? was is based on target properties?
tom driscoll
01:02:36
supposedly 25% of all Tundra Swans
Paige Burris
01:02:55
This is my first time joining your meetings, and this may be a dumb question, but the Dorothea Dix property….is there any chance at all some of that acreage is being looked at for conserving for a nature park? It would be amazing to have something like that near downtown. Just wondering…
Paige Burris
01:04:47
Thank you for answering!
Suzy Lawrence
01:07:15
I saw a hooded merganser pair kayaking a few weeks ago on the Flat River by the Butner Game Lands.
tom driscoll
01:30:01
yes please come visit
tom driscoll
01:33:40
Great photos Bo!
Anne Rea
01:34:03
Fabulous Puffin Photo!!
New Hope Audubon
01:34:07
Loved your talk
Eric Vance
01:35:03
Thank you, Bo. I love the TLC preserves!
tom driscoll
01:35:04
Are there any areas/habitats that TLC would like to acquire?
margaret scott
01:35:29
Wonderful program! Thank You, Bo.
Paige Burris
01:36:06
Is there a minimum amount of land that TLC would be interested in, when looking for new acreage?
gail Boyarsky
01:36:44
On the TLC volunteer opportunities there is a listing for pond monitors at Bromley and Williamson Preserve pond. What do pond monitors do?
Florrie Wescoat
01:36:46
wonderful and inspiring talk....thank you!
New Hope Audubon
01:37:47
How do you determine which properties you want to conserve - do you have a rating system
Jim Capel
01:40:45
What does a prothonotary warbler nest box look like and why doesn't Tom Driscoll sell them?
ed harrison
01:41:19
The smallest conservation easements I’ve seen on record are those in urban areas with Federally plant endangered species ( One in East Flat Rock, NC is such a place).
tom driscoll
01:41:39
Funny guy! Prothonotary Warblers use the same size hole as the bluebird nest boxes, thus we do sell them.
Paige Burris
01:44:08
Really enjoyed your talk! Thank you!
Catherine Alguire
01:46:09
great talk about TLC...but how do you make Kahlua?
Melanie Crawford
01:46:56
Enjoyed the presentation very much. Thank you!
Emily Oglesby
01:47:31
Thank you, Bo! Awesome talk!
gail Boyarsky
01:47:49
Thanks Bo!!
Fleeta Wilkinson
01:47:49
Thank you Bo and all the organizers!
Alexander van Nievelt
01:48:02
thanks
Patsy Bailey
01:48:04
Great talk -
Anne Miller
01:48:18
Very informative!!! I love the Williamson Preserve!
GREGORY BECK
01:48:24
Thanks, Bo!!
Jim Capel
01:48:51
Thanks, Bo. Enjoyed it. Good job, Paul.
Suzy Lawrence
01:48:53
We were thrilled to see 5 newts at Brumley south this summer acting rather frisky.
jennifer andrews
01:48:58
Thank you!
Anne Dayer
01:49:50
Wonderful presentation! Thanks, Bo. We love TLC!
Suzy Lawrence
01:50:05
The newts were in a little tributary near the lake - we saw them from the bridge. I don't know what kind.
tom driscoll
01:50:09
We saw several species of salamanders including Eastern Newts. I think we saw some Red Efts as well.
GREGORY BECK
01:51:56
Bo, was the favored creek at Horton Grove on the parking lot side or across Jock Road on the other side
Norman Budnitz
01:52:37
Thanks Bo. You're the best.