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The Bird Study Group is a northwestern Louisiana organization of birders based in Shreveport.  The Bird Study Group offers field trips, bird discussions, a bird sighting database, and other programs for people with an interest in birds.  Regular meetings are held the second Tuesday of each month except July and August.

Next meeting is scheduled for

Tuesday, March 10, 2015 @ 6:00 p.m. 

At the Anderson Watershead Research Station

Rrecent Coastal Bird Research Conducted by the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries

 by Dr. Will Selman

Dr. Selman will discuss recent coastal bird research conducted by the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries, including Brown Pelican, Rabbit Island bird study, and coastal wetland bird diversity and abundance.  Dr. Selman received his B.S. degree in Biology from Milsaps College in 2003, and his Ph.D. from the University of Southern Mississippi in 2010.  He is a research wildlife biologist and research coordinator at the Rockefeller Wildlife Refuge in Grand Chenier, LA.  His recent and current work at Rockefeller has centered on a broad range of conservation biology and applied wildlife conservation projects including translocation of rehabilitated Brown Pelicans from the Gulf Horizon Oil Spill; life history, distribution, and abundance of Louisiana Diamondback Terrapins; riverine turtle status in southwestern Louisiana; Whooping Crane reintroduction to southwestern Louisiana; and impacts of oilfield exploration and disturbance on grassland bird diversity/abundance.

  Hope to see you there.  Direct any questions to Larry (929-3117) or Mac (518-5709).

The meeting is free and open to the public. For more information, including directions, call Larry Raymond at 318-347-3134 or Mac Hardy at 318-797-5338. Or contact either of them by email:
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The Bird Study Group is a non-profit membership-based organization devoted to the observation, study, and enjoyment of birds. The BSG is open to anyone with an interest in any aspect of birdwatching, study, or conservation.

 

 

 


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