WCAS Member Meeting and Corey Ringle for Richfield Heritage Preserve, Summer Speaker Series, August 4, 2020
Watch the WCAS Member Meeting and Corey Ringle for Richfield Heritage Preserve, Summer Speaker Series, August 4, 2020.
Western Cuyahoga Audubon Society Member Meeting and Corey Ringle for Richfield Heritage Preserve, Summer Speaker Series, August 4, 2020
[00:00:00] Nancy Howell, Treasurer & Membership WCAS, welcomed everyone to the meeting and provided updates about chapter administration, upcoming programs, and annual membership.
[00:02:55] Michelle Brosius, Director-at-Large & Field Trip Co-Coordinator provided updates about recent bird walks and field trip sightings in July. Michelle reminded viewers of the WCAS Virtual Field Trips and how people can participate. Michelle also provided updates on the chapter's Social Distancing Birding Guidelines.
[00:07:49] Gloria Ferris, Director-at-Large & Fundraising provided updates on Urban Birding Cleveland activities.
[00:11:55] Amanda Sebrosky, Director-at-Large provided updates on the Boy Scout Chimney Swift Tower project.
[00:16:26] “Richfield Heritage Preserve: History and Nature” by Corey Ringle, President, Friends of Crowell Hilaka. Summary: Richfield Heritage Preserve, formerly Girl Scout camp Julia Crowell Hilaka, was once home to pioneers, inventors, agriculturalists, and campers before becoming a beautiful community park for everyone to enjoy. Keeping with the tradition of diverse uses, the park hosts a variety of activities, from hiking, fishing, and horseback riding to visiting the beautiful historic homes and seeing inventor Jim Kirby's hydroelectric Mill wheel and patented self-clarifying lake! Hope you will join us to learn more about this hidden treasure tucked away in Richfield, Ohio.
[01:06:00] Betsey O'Hagan, Web & Marketing updates.
[01:07:00] Thank You and Closing.
Western Cuyahoga Audubon is a chapter of the National Audubon Society based in Cuyahoga County in Northern Ohio, USA. WCAS seeks to connect and educate the public and conserve natural habitats for the sustainability of all bird species.
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