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Sean Williams, pictured above with a Black-spotted Bare-eye (an "antbird"), will be speaking at the March 5 meeting. Sean is a member of CAAS and is a doctoral student in the Department of Zoology at Michigan State University. His program will be about the fieldwork he has done on three trips to Peru over the past three years researching mixed-species flocks in the rainforest.
The meeting and program begins at 7:30 following a half-hour of social gathering and refreshments. Fenner Nature Center at corner of Mt. Hope and Aurelius. Public invited.
March 5: Meeting and Program: "Behavior of Mixed-species Flocks in the Peruvian Rainforest" presented by Sean Williams.