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  September Meeting:   

       SEPTEMBER DRIVE-ALONG: Goshen Canyon to Mona
  
         Thursday September 21st
            (This is a week later than our usual monthly meeting)


In place of our regular meeting this month we will take a drive from Goshen to Mona and look for Short-eared Owls, or anything else interesting along the way. We will have 2 meeting locations. Meet Keeli at 6:30pm in Saratoga Springs in the southeast end of the Smithís parking lot near the gas pumps. OR meet Machelle at 6:45pm at the Payson Wal-Mart near QuickQuack. We will all meet up in the parking lot at Goshen Elementary around 7pm and continue from there.
Goshen Canyon is quite narrow, please carpool as much as possible. We will bird until itís too dark to see!
  


   September Field Trips:  (Please bring walkie talkies set to 5-0)

       Saturday September 2nd, 7:30am River Lane-Sandy Beach

Meet at 7:30 am at the new beach access. We will look for migrating shorebirds, then drive or walk down River Lane. We should be done around noon, possibly sooner.

       Saturday September 16th , 7:00am Antelope Island

Meet at 7:00am at the Pioneer Crossing Park & Ride to carpool to Antelope Island. We will stop along the causeway, at the Visitors Center and Garr Ranch. Bring a lunch, should be home by mid-to late afternoon.

For most field trips it is best to carpool as much as possible, many places that we go can be narrow canyons, or other busy roads. Bring a walkie-talkie if you can, it helps the convoy relay what is being seen, and reasons for stops.

    

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