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Join us for our Monthly Meetings!

Our meetings are informative and include presentations from experts in the birding community!

 

We have a short business meeting, followed by entertaining, educational programs.

WHEN: Second Thursday of each month, September - May

 

SCHEDULE: 7:00 PM  |  Business Meeting and Program

The city of Hampton will be holding a meeting in the Sandy Bottom N.C. Conference Room where we normally meet. 

 

We will hold our meeting UPSTAIRS in the same building.  Enter the building through the front entrance (not through the conference room).  The stairs are past the restrooms on the right hand side.  If you have questions, call John Adair, 757-268-5446, or Bill Boeh, 757-951-7959.

Texas Birds and Critters

by

Marc Nichols

March 14,2024

Location: Sandy Bottom Ranger Station Meeting Room

Social: 6:30 PM

Meeting 7:00 PM


Marc Nichols will provide a program detailing his 2022 trip to Texas. Pictures of birds and other critters will be the stars. Marc is a Ranger at Sandy Bottom Park and a former leader for the Hampton Roads Bird Club field trips.

Temporal Dynamics of Avian Assemblages: An 18-year study

by

Kiera Ward & Ijahnay Lewis

April 11,2024

Location: Sandy Bottom Ranger Station Meeting Room

Social: 6:30 PM

Meeting 7:00 PM

The presenters are Hampton University students have examined changes in avian populations over time using data from the HRBC Sunday bird walks in Newport News Park.

Highlights of HRBC Bird Counts

by

Bill Boeh

There will be a second presentation by Bill Boeh detailing the results of the HRBC bird counts.

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COVID and HRBC

The Hampton Roads Bird Club membership is encouraged to receive vaccinations and boosters related to COVID. The club suggests everyone use caution to safeguard against potential exposure to COVID by practicing distancing, wearing masks and other established protocols for avoiding pathogen exposure.  All members are encouraged to wear masks when inside at meetings and limit unknown

persons when carpooling. Most importantly any individuals feeling ill, with a fever, or any typical flu or cold-like symptoms should NOT attend meetings, field trips, or Sunday morning walks. It is up to all members to be mindful of the health of others by staying home when appropriate, and to employ their own precautions. 

Previous Meeting Video links

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