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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.

September Meeting
 

The next meeting of the Shreveport Bird Study Group is scheduled for September 13, 2016, @ 6:30 p.m., at the LSUS Museum Annex, located next to the LSUS Museum.  The Annex is accessible from the sidewalk next to the faculty parking lot across from the University Power and Physical Plant.  Signs will be out to direct everyone to the correct location.  See the map below.

  

        Dr. Leesia Marshall, 
Assistant Professor of Biology at LSU of Alexandria, 
will provide a program entitled

"A canary n the fracking fields:  An obligate riparian songbird provides evidence of surface water contamination"

 

Dr. Marshall, who completed her PhD at the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, did her dissertation on Territories, Territoriality, and Conservation of the Louisiana Waterthrush and Its Habitat, the Watershed of the Upper Buffalo National River.”  After graduating, she studied the effect of contaminants indicative of hydraulic fracturing on headwater streams in Arkansas and whether or not these contaminants accumulate in the Louisiana Waterthrush and its prey.

The meeting is free and open to the public.   See the map below for the location of the new meeting place on the LSUS campus.  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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