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Sussex Bird Club | Monthly Meeting - Shared screen with speaker view
Lewes Public Library
35:42
If anyone has a question or would like to make a comment, please let us know via this chat!
Donna Miller
45:31
I’m interested in getting started. I like the idea of looking for a purpose; to pick a focus.
Donna Miller
01:02:42
thank you
Elena Kozlowski
01:04:06
Mark Garland from Cape May told me years ago to not let anyone define what birdwatching is – it is whatever brings you enjoyment and meaning as you learn about birds. It gave me the courage to give up keeping a list and I’ve never looked back!
Karen White
01:04:43
I disagree somewhat with the statement on photography going backwards. My sister and I consider ourselves field birders and use our cameras for a later identification tool. We're not in the field to primarily photograph!
Jim Reed
01:05:46
I agree with Karen. Photos of birds I remember but will never see again bring me great joy.
Donna Miller
01:06:00
Thanks I wrote down the titles of some as you were speaking.
Carol Blye
01:07:30
John
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01:08:05
I used to be on a board of the international crane foundation in WI but how does one even get started as a birder or watcher? live in dc area
John Long
01:08:33
eBird would probably be the best way to convert a journal. eBird allows you to put birds in as an archival entry.
Carol Blye
01:09:06
I have successfullyy transcribed hundreds of old checklists to eBird.
Michael Spangler
01:09:54
Thank you for the encouragement to use eBird
Lynn Smit
01:10:11
I feel the same way when people talk about "invasive species". These birds have been here for a very long time!
Shelley Prince
01:10:24
Thank you John. Wish I could stay on to listen to the rest of the questions, but I have another ZOOM event soon. Happy Birding! I will utilize some of what I heard today in your excellent presentation!
karen barker
01:10:56
Yes, EXCELLENT presentation! Thank you!
Susie Miller
01:11:55
Thank you.
Nancy
01:12:27
Do you think that Explore.com is useful?
Joe Francis
01:13:15
Audubon Naturalist Society in Chevy Chase is a good group for DC area
Joe Francis
01:14:06
They host a Field Naturalist Certificate program that is very good for the Study aspect
Karen White
01:14:38
Live nest cams
Katie McDonough - DE Div of Libraries
01:14:48
I think it's explore.org.
Karen White
01:15:23
That's what explore.org does - live cams.
Nancy
01:15:38
live cameras of many types of animals including birds.
Michael Spangler
01:16:42
thank you very much for a wonderful program
Nancy
01:17:14
Thanks so much for an excellent presentation.
Sharon Steele
01:18:06
Also Hawkwatch is great in Cape Henlopen or at Ashland.
Donna Miller
01:18:10
thanks again!
Mary Diane Hausman
01:18:31
Thank you so much. Great program! Loved learning some history i did not know!
John Long
01:18:34
Great program. Thanks.
Chris Braudy
01:19:28
Great program. Thanks! I concur about the RTP Institute in Jamestown. my wife and I had a great visit there last July.
georgewmcginley
01:19:45
What is the warbling night bird sound I hear at times?
Nancy Cunningham
01:23:02
We will email or post on Facebook how to view this presentation again
Nancy
01:24:18
Would you put us on your email list. Nancy Plerhoples email is: naplerhop@gmail.com. Thanks
Nancy
01:26:46
Thanks
Sharon Steele
01:27:21
Thanks!