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- December 5th, 2013 - Enrollment opens for GNSI Members
- January 20th, 2014 - Enrollment opens for Non-GNSI Members
- February 10th, 2014 - Enrollment closes
- February 15th, 2014 - Date of workshop
- Date: February 15th, 2014
- Time: 9:00-4:00
- Location number ONE: Slater Museum (Room 265) from 9:00-12:45 -University of Puget Sound 1500 N. Warner St. #1088 Tacoma, WA 98416-1088-
- Location number TWO: Titlow Beach after lunch. -8425 6th Ave, Tacoma, WA 98465-
- Supplies to bring: Bring warm clothes, walking shoes and binoculars for our field trip and your preferred art supplies for the museum. If it rains hard or snows, that much more time for drawing or painting.
- Cost: GNSI NW Members will pay $15.00 to enroll (Non-GNSI NW Members will pay $25 to enroll or $35 to enroll + become a member). This is payable to GNSI-NW, P.O. Box 95721, Seattle, WA 98145 or you can Syliva Portillo (206) 938-1668 to pay with a credit/debit card. Note: there will be a small fee (3.75% or 2.75%) if a card is used.
- Members meeting at 12:00-12:45. Open to all members, not just workshop attendees
- Lunch from 12:00-12:45. Bring a lunch. Light snacks will be provided. Note: lunch and members meeting time is an estimation.
- CARPOOLING?!: Thought it would be great if people could carpool. If you are interested in giving or taking a ride, please leave a comment to on the post below. Check back often to see if any rides are available.
Topic: The workshop will present a variety of birds up close and personal, Slater Museum specimens that can be examined and rendered into art. The museum has skins, wings, skeletons, and eggs of just about all Pacific Northwest birds, so feel free to make requests. After lunch we will go out in the field to Titlow Beach to see what birds we can find. There should be a variety of waterfowl (wigeons, scoters, mergansers, Buffleheads), gulls and other seabirds (grebes, guillemots) and as many small land birds (sparrows, wrens, thrushes) as we can find in the woods there.
Presenter Bio: Dennis Paulson, recently retired from being Director of the Slater Museum of Natural History, University of Puget Sound, has been a professional biologist and naturalist all of his adult life. He began studying natural history as a boy and is a world expert on dragonflies and shorebirds. He is the author of nine books, including Shorebirds of North America and Dragonflies and Damselflies of the West, and 90 scientific papers on birds and dragonflies.