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Women, Watching: Louise de Kiriline Lawrence & the Women who Changed How We Understand Birds - Shared screen with speaker view
Autumn Jordan (she/they) - Nature Canada
31:18
Sorry for the typo the email is: ajordan@naturecanada.ca
Rachel Wilkins
01:10:33
I'm actually reading The Bird Way right now! I'm learning a lot of really cool facts.
Autumn Jordan (she/they) - Nature Canada
01:11:51
That’s so cool Rachel, I will totally have to pick up a copy!
Rachel Wilkins
01:16:21
Happy to hear! I actually just read the puffin's 500 mile scent radius at lunch today!
Autumn Jordan (she/they) - Nature Canada
01:17:53
https://www.allaboutbirds.org/news/
Autumn Jordan (she/they) - Nature Canada
01:17:59
https://www.allaboutbirds.org/news/
Autumn Jordan (she/they) - Nature Canada
01:18:30
merilynsimmonds.com/woman-watching.html
Lee Torvi
01:18:34
Thanks so much for this! As always, Merilyn, your presentation was wonderful.
Deborah Pawlak
01:18:45
Very informative talk, wonderful
Janet Lloyd
01:18:49
Wonderful info. Thank you!
Lizzie
01:18:57
This was so wonderful! I enjoyed it so very much. Your book is next up in my stack, after I finish "Birdwatching with American Women." :)
Rachel Wilkins
01:19:02
Thank you very much; this was a very interesting presentation! I have a lot of books to check out.
Sheila MCCORMICK
01:19:04
great presentation - I just happened upon this on event brite.
Carol
01:19:19
Did you have trouble finding a publisher?
Rachel Wilkins
01:19:45
I bought the Genius of Birds too- on my list!
Marcie Jacklin
01:20:09
The depth of your research is amazing. How long did it take to write this book?
Sandra Sawers
01:20:26
I enjoyed every minute...thank you so much!
LYNDA22
01:22:03
This was a wonderful survey of women birders dating back a couple of centuries. Thanks so much.
Nancy Huggett
01:22:34
Great presentation! I'm so looking forward to reading your book. And timely for me right now, I'm taking a short course on birding & writing!
Carol
01:22:35
Thanks so much for an inspiring talk--very encouraging for women naturalists.
Lee Torvi
01:24:34
Merilyn, when did you start birding?
Elaine Ehman
01:25:18
Thank you so much. I read your book last week while camping and had a vireo singing nearby. Your book is incredible and I've been telling all my friends.
Martha Scott
01:26:46
Hi Marilyn, how did you first meet Louise?
Louise
01:28:55
Thank you for a wonderful presentation! Will the recording be available for us to view again?
Louise
01:29:23
That's great. Thanks!
Marlene
01:29:38
I was interested to know how many languages Louise spoke and if she new English when arriving in Canada
Clark Smith
01:29:42
Thanks for another marvellous presentation. II am so excited to follow up on at least a few of the writings of those wonderful women
Deborah Pawlak
01:30:44
I got to see a Green backed heron last week 10 minutes from my house and watched it catch 4 little fish
Rfb
01:31:32
Thanks so much for the presentation, very insightful and interesting. reminding me of my love for birds
Deborah Pawlak
01:33:58
Is it available at local bookstores?
Gracinda
01:34:10
Very inspiring presentation, did learn a lot. Thanks very much.
Lee Torvi
01:34:18
Another question. Please explain the comma in the title.
Nicole
01:36:19
makesme thigk of eats, shoots, and leaves
Marlene
01:36:35
I spent May 5 -8 at Pelee Island, my first time and it was super, in spite of North winds and cold temeratures.
Judy May
01:36:41
Super interesting talk! Thanks