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Summarizing and celebrating the first year of Atlas-3, the Ontario Breeding Bird Atlas

January 25 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

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Please join us for Sappy Hour at 7pm (Eastern Time) on January 25, 2022: Summarizing and celebrating the first year of Atlas-3. Learn how the project went, what were the highlights and challenges, and who were the superstars of year 1. You’ll be amazed, titillated, and impressed! There will be quizzes, prizes and lots of nice bird pictures. Mike Burrell and Mike Cadman will provide information and answer questions; Emily Rondel will keep us all in line; and Kaelyn will keep the broadcast running smoothly.

The event will take place on Zoom webinar (register using the link – here) and will also be streamed to Facebook Live (www.facebook.com/ONBreedingBirdAtlas/live). The event will be recorded for those who cannot attend either on Facebook or Zoom and will be available on our YouTube channel.

We’d like to get some of your thoughts and impressions from year 1 into the presentation. So, everyone is invited to provide a quick note of up to 100 words summarizing your highlight of Atlas year 1. Special sightings, activities, places, whatever you enjoyed most about year 1 is fair game. Please submit your note to: https://www.birdsontario.org/year-one/ . If you get it in by the end of the day January 24, we’ll pull out as many as we can to read during Sappy Hour.



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