Shade-grown coffee benefits the farmers because trees on shade-grown coffee plantations have a lifespan double that of trees on plantations of sun-grown coffee.
The July 2nd Sat bird walk started with a sprinkle of rain, but ended with the sun shining. There were seven observers, obeying all COVID protocols. We tallied forty species. Highlights were a Red-tailed Hawk being "mobbed" by Red-eyed Vireos, a Ruby-throated Hummingbird and an American Redstart.
The July 2019 Second Saturday bird walk "included 24 observers. It was sunny with the temperature starting at 74 degrees and ending at 82 degrees. We had 44 species and one unidentified gull. A well marked Red-tailed Hawk flew over." What will we see in 2020?
WCAS educates the public about conservation of the natural world through member involvement in chapter activities and community outreach. Become a member today with the EARLY BIRD SPECIAL for the 2020 -2021 membership year at last year's prices. Offer ends July 31, 2020.
WCAS Member Meeting and Isaac Robb, Western Reserve Land Conservancy, Summer Speaker Series, July 7, 2020
WATCH WCAS Member Meeting and Isaac Robb, Western Reserve Land Conservancy, Summer Speaker Series, July 7, 2020.
Isaac Robb, Director of Urban Projects, Western Reserve Land Conservancy, will discuss the importance of land reuse in urban areas by removing toxic materials to return the land to nutrient-rich soils for a healthier green infrastructure for wildlife and people.
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WCAS invites birders to bird at a monthly designated field trip location, share stories to a public digital scrapbook, and participate in online community meet ups.
Years ago, a coffee roaster told me that coffee brewed to be iced should be brewed stronger than one that is for drinking hot. Based on his suggestions, and my brewing over the years, here is how I make iced coffee.
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REGISTER Speaker Series Tue Dec 1: Member Meeting and “Lichens: An Overlooked Organism” Speaker Series Tue Dec 1, 2020
ABOUT VIRTUAL FIELD TRIPS with Michelle Brosius, Director-at-Large and Field Trip Co-Coordinator, WCAS.
Mapping Wonder™ with Stormy Sweitzer, Oct 24-Nov 21, 2020. LEARN MORE.
WATCH Mapping Wonder™ - A Conversation with David Lindo, The Urban Birder
WATCH Introduction to, 'Urban Ag for People, Birds, and Wildlife'
WATCH WCAS Member Meeting and 'Emergent Mechanics of the Cup Nest and Its 'Mechanical Synthesis', Nov 3, 2020.
Christmas Bird Count-Lakewood Circle
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