The dark, rich flavor of the coffee roast, grown under a dense forest canopy, will be sure to warm your whole body from the inside out. Shipping is quick and personal delivery service is available, weather depending.
As brisk wind blows through Northeast Ohio and the January temperatures ranged from 19 degrees Fahrenheit to 33 degrees Fahrenheit, why not sip on a “warm cup of Joe” while watching the snow accumulate outside your window.
Hands cold after shoveling snow? Want something warm to drink that won’t keep you awake at night? Consider logging onto www.wcaudubon.org and ordering some Baltimore Oriole French Roast Decaf. The dark, rich flavor of the coffee roast, grown under a dense forest canopy, will be sure to warm your whole body from the inside out. Shipping is quick and personal delivery service is available, weather depending.
Participating in a winter bird walk? All bundled up and still cold! Why not carry a travel mug of your favorite coffee along with your binoculars. You may be the warmest of the bunch!
Learn more about the WCAS Bird Friendly Coffee Club here.
What is Bird Friendly Coffee?
"Bird Friendly®" coffee is coffee that comes from family farms in Latin America that provide good, forest-like habitat for birds. Rather than being grown on farms that have been cleared of vegetation, Bird Friendly coffees are planted under a canopy of trees. These trees provide the shelter, food and homes migratory and local birds need to survive
Bird Friendly coffee farms are Organic and most Fair Trade certified. This means Birds & Beans Coffee is a triple certified specialty coffee that actively supports multiple conservation initiatives. Our customers are conscientious consumers who know that one cup can make a big difference for this Earth we all share.
(Courtesy of Birds and Beans Coffee.)
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ABOUT VIRTUAL FIELD TRIPS with Michelle Brosius, Director-at-Large and Field Trip Co-Coordinator, WCAS.
WATCH Introduction to, 'Urban Ag for People, Birds, and Wildlife'
WATCH Overview of 'WCAS Birding Challenges Fall 2020'
The WCAS Fall Warbler Challenge extends through October 31, 2020 and offered along with it is a schedule of interactive programs and digital resources to help you stay sharp on bird identity, informed on Northeast Ohio birding hotspot locations, engaged with LIVE bird banding broadcast, bird photography and much more! The WCAS Fall Warbler Challenge is a fundraising event to support chapter conservation education programs for the public. Check the Fall Warbler Challenge 2020 Schedule
The Dead Tree Birding Challenge is over but we hope you'll join us for the Wrap Up with Nancy Howell on Sat Sept 26, 2020 from 7:00-8:00pm at the WCAS Virtual Conference Center.
Speaker Series Tue Oct 6:
“Bird and Moon: Comics With a Naturalist’s Knowledge”,
Rosemary Mosco, Naturalist and Artist. REGISTER
WATCH WCAS Member Meeting and "Hybridization of Cerulean and Parula Warblers", Sept 1, 2020.
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