Unless specified otherwise, Program Meetings are held at the 1912 Center, ARTS WORKSHOP (*note new room), 3rd and Adams, in Moscow. Everyone is welcome. Meetings begin at 7:00pm.

Board meetings are held on the first Tuesday of each month at the 1912 Center, Friendship Hall, 3rd and Adams, in Moscow. Meetings begin at 7:00 PM. For additional information, ask at a program meeting, refer to your newsletter, or contact any of the chapter officers.


On Wednesday, January 15, 2020, join Tom Fischer as he presents “A Quest To See 38 Warblers – Spring Birding in Northwest Ohio, Tawas Point, Michigan, and Nearby Areas”

Including Yellow-breasted Chat, there are 38 species of Northeast U.S. warbler, some very common (such as Yellow warbler) and some quite rare (Kirtland’s warbler). This talk will describe birding during the past three spring migrations in northwest Ohio and Tawas Point, Michigan. These birding areas are truly unique. Geographically, each area is a “migrant trap,” serving as a focal point for many birds to pause during migration. Each area also provides unparalleled opportunities to view migrating songbirds, especially at short distances. Well-established birding festivals are held annually in each location, attracting thousands of birders each year, and providing opportunities for guided day-trips to excellent birding areas. The talk will provide some practical logistic information about the areas visited, and present photos taken during the past three years. The presentation will try to provide a convincing argument that every active birder should try to visit these areas in mid-May.
We will meet in the Arts Workshop at the 1912 Building in Moscow, ID with presentation beginning at 7:00pm

Save the dates for other PAS programs:
No program in December
January 15, 2020
February 19, 2020
March 4, 2020 *note change in dates
April 15, 2020
May 20, 2020

Canada Goose and Gosling