Its less than a month away from the 26th annual Central Valley Birding Symposium!
Just a quick reminder to let you know we are less than a month away from our 26th annual Central Valley Birding Symposium, aka CVBS.
For those of you who have taken the time to register, fantastic! We are looking forward to having you join us in our Virtual Hybrid Event taking place starting on Friday, November 18, and continuing through Sunday, November 20, 2022.
For those of you that tend to procrastinate, you are very welcome to sign-up. There are plenty of spaces to available to attend the virtual programs!
Check us out at: 2022 Virtual Hybrid 26th Central Valley Birding Symposium: https://cvbirds-symposium.netlify.app/
Friday afternoon starts off with our annual favorite, the Bird Identification Panel, moderated by Ed Harper, and ends with a Keynote presentation on the Pacific Raptor Flyway by Allen Fish (Director of the GGRO).
Saturday afternoon starts off with a Keynote presentation, A World on the Wing, by Scott Weidensaul (famed author); continues with an Update on CV Bird Conservation and Research Programs, moderated by Dan Airola; and will end with a presentation by Jon Dunn and Lara Tseng on Shorebirds, with a focus on Calidris and Tringa.
And, if you are interested in knowing which field trips are still available, go to: https://cvbirds-symposium.netlify.app/field-trips/
Depending on your trip point of departure, you may choose to stay nearby or drive from home. In addition, you may decide whether to share a car with others.