Curlew Drawing

Lower Columbia Basin Audubon Society

Serving Benton and Franklin Counties since 1965

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Monthly Meeting

Tuesday, April 28, 2015
7 - 9 PM

Kennewick First Lutheran Church
Corner of Hwy 395 and Yelm


A presentation by Jeffery Reynolds and Kathy Ireland

South Georgia Island and the Falklands

During 4 trips in 9 years (2003-2012) we have spent a total of 7 weeks at South Georgia Island and 4 weeks in the Falklands. While the breadth of bird life is not as extensive as in some locales, the sheer numbers of some (300,000 King penguins at St. Andrews Bay) more than makes up for it. We would like to share some representative photos of the bird and animal life at both places as well as a brief bit about Sir Ernest Shackleton, famed Antarctic explorer, whose story is so intimately associated with South Georgia Island.

King penguins on South Georgia Island

Jeffrey Reynolds, M.D., is currently in his 3rd and 4th occupations as a forensic pathologist and photographer, having previously been an aeronautical engineer and urgency care physician. Karen Ireland, M.D., is almost retired, having been a surgical pathologist for 31 years, and now employed as Jeff's overworked (and underpaid) assistant. We both love to travel and have been to all 7 continents.


IN MEMORIAM
Greg was a long time member of LCBAS and well-known for his many talents. He was instrumental in establising the McNary Environmental Education Center and Friends of the Mid-Columbia Refuges.

Sevice at Christ the King Catholic Church, Friday April 10, 11 am

George 'Greg' Greger

George (Greg) Eugene Greger
FEB. 23, 1923 — MARCH 5, 2015,
From Richland, Washington, Born in Stuart, Nebraska


What species is this?

Northern Saw-whet Owl
Bird ID Northern Saw-whet Owl
Photo: Ivar Husa


Birds of the Tri-Cities Checklist
[Note: This checklist is designed to be printed on 8.5 x 14 in paper and folded in 4 folds width-wise.]

Birds of the Tri-Cities Annotated Checklist

Benton County Bird List for 2015
This is a list of species reported in Benton County by date.


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