Membership Meeting: Toucans, Tanagers and Anacondas

May 15th, 7:00 PM Room 151 Hall of Science, Whitman College

Amazon Hut Chris Howard will be giving a presentation on Toucans, Tanagers and Anacondas: Further adventures of Condor Man in South America. This presentation will offer an insider’s view of living with an indigenous family high in the Andes Mountains.

There will be stories of exploration and plentiful photos of birds and wildlife from the mountains, cloud-forest and Amazon basin. Be ready for fun and adventure.

Field Trip - Palouse Falls - Saturday: April 19th 9:00 AM

Palouse April is a great time to see water roaring over scenic Palouse Falls with White-throated swifts and possibly a Peregrine falcon or two below the falls. So don’t miss this opportunity to join Joe Corvino as he leads this fun field trip via the back roads of northern Walla Walla County.

We will look for birds along the way and should see a variety of raptors, horned larks, meadowlarks and much more. Ferruginous hawks have frequently been seen on this field trip. A total of 36 species was seen when Joe last led this trip in 2011. Meet at the Harper Joy Theater parking lot and we will car pool.

Bring a lunch, your binoculars and a friend or two. We will eat our lunches at the picnic tables at the falls. Scopes will be available for close-up viewing. Plan to return late in the afternoon. If you plan to attend please E-Mail Joe Corvino


Come join us as we walk around Bennington Lake on Tuesday mornings. It's fun to see what birds are present at different times of the year and to enjoy the changes of the seasons at the lake. The walks last 2-3 hours. We do not walk in inclement weather. For more information E-mail Ginger Shoemake

Yellow-headed Blackbird