[mou] Salt Lake Weekend, April 28th

Williams, Bob BXWilliams at CBBURNET.COM
Tue Apr 17 15:28:09 EDT 2007

SALT LAKE BIRDING WEEKEND - April 28-29 - Lac Qui Parle and Southern Big
Stone Counties.  This is only 10 days away now!  Last year 148 species
were counted including Scissor-tailed Flycatcher, White-faced Ibis,
Hudsonian Godwit and Nelson's Sharp-tailed Sparrow.  Don't miss this
great opportunity to explore one of the best counties in the state for
rarities. Saturday morning birders meet for breakfast at 7am at the
Marietta American Legion located one block west of Co. Rd. 7 on Hwy 4.
They form into groups and head out for the morning.  At noon they stop
back for lunch and sharing of info.  That night there is a chicken
dinner at 7:30pm at the Sons of Norway Hall on Hwy 75 in Madison, eleven
miles east of Marietta.  Reservations are required for the dinner and
can be made with Becky Skallerud at 320-598-3797 or beckaberk at yahoo.com.
The dinner is $10. Lodging is available in Madison, Montevideo, Dawson
or Appleton. Camping is available at Prairie Marsh Farm, 1770 151st
Ave., Marietta, located 7 miles west of US 75 and 1.5 miles south of US
212.  Contact Ken Larson at prairiemarshfarm at comcast.net for more
information.  Sunday birding is on your own.

CAMP RIPLEY FIELD TRIP - May 12 - Morrison County

This trip is currently filled.  I will start a waiting list in case
anyone cancels.


This trip features a day and a half of birding in Cass County and 2
nights of birding for Yellow Rails, Nelson's Sharp-tailed Sparrows and
other nocturnal birds with Ben Wieland, Dale Yerger and Molly Malecek.
The cost is $100 which includes 2 nights at the Deep Portage Learning
Center(rooms will be shared), 3 meals on Saturday and breakfast on
Sunday.  More details are available upon request or you can check out
the website for Deep Portage at www.deep-portage.org/rbirding.htm.  The
Deep Portage Learning Center is about 8 miles SE of Hackensack.  This
trip is limited to 20 but there is plenty of space available at this

These trips are open to members and non-members alike.  As always I am
looking for more opportunities for field trips around the state.
Contact me if you would like to lead one or if you have any ideas for
trips.  I can be reached at 612-728-2232 or at bxwilliams at cbburnet.com 
Bob Williams, Bloomington

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