The September meeting of the Cayuga Bird Club will be on Monday, Sept. 10 at 
7:30 pm at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology with "cookies and conversation" 
beginning at 7:15.
 Our speaker, Muhammad Arif will present "Backyard Birds of Bangladesh".
During three recent visits to Bangladesh, Muhammad Arif saw many of the 
country's common backyard birds and photographed more than 50 species. Muhammad 
Arif will share some of these pictures, describe his experience birding in 
Bangladesh, and discuss the status of birds in this tropical river delta, such 
as the Blue-throated Barbet .Bio: Muhammad was born in Bangladesh but has lived 
most of his life in the US, including 25+ years in Ithaca. He discovered a 
passion for both birding and photography only about two years ago. He works as 
an IT professional at Cornell and uses the time for birding and nature 
photography to help balance the analytical nature of his job.Members are 
invited to join Muhammad and his wife for dinner at the Taste of Thai Express 
(Rt. 13N) at 5:30 that evening. Please rsvp cl...@juno.com by Monday noon.
[Doors open at 7:00 pm and all meetings are open to the public. Seating is 
limited; if room capacity is reached, the building will be locked.]
Hoping to see many of you on Monday.
Colleen Richards
Corresponding Secretary
Cayuga Bird Club
  
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