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NHAS Monthly Meeting - Shared screen with speaker view
Jin Bai
47:16
Answer: A. Swifts and hummingbirds are in the same order Apodiformes. The name “apodi” means “footless” in Greek, which suggests that their legs are small and have limited function.
tom driscoll
57:00
If you have questions, please put them into the chat and Ron will answer them when he finishes. Thanks!
Norman Budnitz
58:43
Ron's voice is breaking up. Perhaps he could speak more closely into his microphone.
Debbie Mozgala
01:01:33
Ron sounds like he's under water on my end, still
tom driscoll
01:02:11
Sorry but he is sounding better here.
Barbara Driscoll
01:05:17
Are the red wolves that are Durham Museum of Life and Science able to also be released at some point?
Cathy Rodrigues
01:14:48
Audio getting poor again
New Hope Audubon
01:15:59
The audio problems are most likely related to the bandwidth of the rental place he is using in Oregon.
Cathy Rodrigues
01:16:16
Thanks
Debbie Mozgala
01:20:42
You talk a lot about raccoons but what about number counts of opossums?
Barbara Driscoll
01:24:08
Would coyotes serve the same function locally as the red wolves in keeping down racoon populations? And also what type of crittercam have you found to be most reliable?
Debbie Mozgala
01:26:50
some great ideas on habitat restoration!
Barbara Driscoll
01:29:13
Great ideas on ways to help!
New Hope Audubon
01:29:26
Thank you. Excellent information!
David Hamill
01:29:29
Thanks Ron, very interesting…..
Debbie Mozgala
01:32:49
Have you ever suspected opossum numbers are going down?
Ron Sutherland
01:33:10
reconyx
Debbie Mozgala
01:34:33
are there no gray wolves in North Carolina?
David Hamill
01:36:07
Has anyone studied the genetic diversity of the 14 founders and the wild populations that have succeeded?
Debbie Mozgala
01:39:04
do you regularly radio tag/gps the wolves and have you tried to ride a small camera on a wolf? I saw it done on dogs on google>
Debbie Mozgala
01:41:02
you could get a grant from the national science foundation