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New Hope for Boise River Waterfowl - Shared screen with speaker view
Elizabeth Grosse
24:30
looking forward to today's session
Michael Homza
24:32
Hi John!
Heidi Ware Carlisle
25:12
wow, that's awesome about Idaho Gives!!
Liz Paul
30:17
Make It Pretty Boise River Clean Up on May 30
Liz Paul
32:12
Register at https://makeitprettyboise.eventbrite.com
Liz Paul
47:53
very cool
Liz Paul
55:38
This program is being recorded for you to watch or share at your convenience.
Louisa Evers
01:06:05
When you do the work on Fort Boise, will that include efforts to control phragmites?
Michael Homza
01:06:38
Hey Chris that was great!
Louisa Evers
01:11:45
For what it’s worth, eBird indicates there are 43 species of waterfowl (including swans, ducks, geese, grebes, rail, sora, coots, and loons) using Southwest Idaho.
Louisa Evers
01:13:01
Is there a minimum farm or field size where the automated flood irrigation systems become more cost effective.
Michael Homza
01:13:34
Chris, what are the diets of the birds? More plants, insects? Any fish? How does the diet vary throughout the year?
Rob Tiedemann
01:21:49
Thank you Chris!
Tamsen Binggeli
01:21:54
Thanks Chris - interesting and informative!
Elizabeth Swisher
01:22:07
That was awesome - thanks to all who contributed to this presentation!
Heidi Ware Carlisle
01:22:09
Thanks Chris!!
Louisa Evers
01:22:20
Thank you Chris!
Julia Page
01:22:22
Thanks Chris. Really interesting.
Michael Homza
01:22:29
Ken, thanks for all the photos! I have one hanging in my office!
Chris Colson
01:22:32
Thanks for your time and interest everyone. That was fun!!
Michael Homza
01:22:40
Chris, that was awesome! Many thanks!
Michael Homza
01:23:11
Thanks everyone for participating!
Marilyn
01:23:48
Thanks to Chris and Liz foir these interesting programs. I've enjoyed them!
Michael Homza
01:23:56
Thanks or organizing Liz and thanks for assisting Heidi!
Chris Colson
01:24:08
Thanks Liz! Bye everyone!