(Posted by Jack Hauser <jgshau...@gmail.com> via moumn.org)

The Kirtland’s Warbler is an endangered species that has occurred twice in MN 
in the last 
150 years and might be ready to reappear yet again. Plans are to do a survey in 
County MN to determine if the Kirtland’s Warbler is there.

Anyone interested in helping with the survey should email Pat Hoglund at: 

Please provide you name, phone number, and email address.  Also, if you have a 
preference, indicate which Township of the ten listed below you want to survey. 
 If you do 
not have a preference, a Township will be assigned to you and/or group.

The ten Townships are:
Nickerson, North New Dosey, South New Dosey, Arna, Ogema, Clover, Crosby, 
Chengwatana, Pine City, and Rock Creek.

Surveying starts May 10 and ends June 16.

If you have a group that wants to survey together, please include their names 
as well.

Teams are made up of 4 people/Team/Township.  A Township can have several teams 
will be coordinated to survey on different dates, that way one team does not 
have to survey 
each day.  Teams will not survey on days of inclement weather.  Special 
emphasis should be 
made to have someone survey on a warm sunny day when the birds are most active.

Equipment required:

Cell phone with a Bird Guide and songs, compass, GPS, and Bluetooth amplifier 
Waterproof Speaker from Menards for $6.99).

Appropriate clothing and boots
Teams should synchronize the time on their cell phones to the second.

For additional details; please attend our meeting on 4-9-18 at 7:00 p.m. at the 
Library in Edina.
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