Unless specified otherwise, Program Meetings are held at the 1912 Center, Fiske Room, 3rd and Adams, in Moscow. Everyone is welcome. Meetings begin at 7:00pm. *NOTE TIME CHANGE

Board meetings are held on the first Tuesday of each month at the 1912 Center, Fiske Room, 3rd and Adams, in Moscow. Meetings begin at 7:00 PM. For additional information, ask at a program meeting, refer to your newsletter, or contact any of the chapter officers.

Wednesday, April 18 Program Meeting at 7pm in the Great Room of the 1912 Center
Migration in Pine Siskins
Facultative migrations, which occur relatively unpredictably in time and space, are an important but understudied form of migration.  Dr. Heather Watts, Associate Professor in the School of Biological Sciences at Washington State University, will discuss research being conducted with pine siskins, a nomadic and irruptive finch. The goal of the research is better understanding of migrations, particularly the environmental cues that birds use to time facultative migrations. Dr. Watts recently relocated her lab to WSU, where she conducts research at the interface of animal behavior, physiology, ecology, and evolution. The lab currently focuses primarily on songbirds, which are particularly well-suited for addressing their research questions and to the lab’s approach of combining field and laboratory studies. She is currently recruiting graduate students, both MS and PhD. This program is sponsored by Palouse Audubon Society and is free and open to the public.

Canada Goose and Gosling