May Presentation - MANY WATERS
Natural History of the Walla Walla Valley and Vicinity

Many Waters

7:00 PM Room 130 - Olin Hall - Whitman College Campus
Thursday May 21st, 2015 - *** Note New Room Number ***

Bob Carson, Professor of Geology and Environmental Studies at Whitman College, with help from Professor of Geology Patrick Spencer, and Mike Denny, President of the Blue Mountain Audubon Society, and using paintings by local artist Leslie Cain and photographs by Duane Scroggins and others, will summarize the natural history of the Walla Walla drainage basin from the crest of the Blue Mountains to the Columbia River.

Saturday May 2nd - Bluebirds in the Blues
Start Time will be 8:00AM at Harper Joy Parking Lot

Mountain Blue Bird

Join Tom Scribner (Mr. Bluebird) as we explore the foothills of the Blue Mountains southeast of Pomeroy looking for mountain and western bluebirds. While traveling in this beautiful country we will check on a few of the approximately 500 bluebird boxes that Tom and his father placed in the area, and enjoy seeing other birds and wildflowers.

Bring a lunch, your binoculars, your camera and a friend or two for this all-day trip. This is a trip not to be missed, especially if you have never been on one of Tom's "Bluebirds in the Blues" field trips.

Meet at the Harper Joy Theater parking lot and we will carpool. Please call Tom at (509) 529-0080 or or E-mail Tom if you plan to attend.

Upcoming Field Trips - Details to follow
May 30th - Foster Road, South Russell Creek
June 13th - Wildflowers in the Blues
June 27th - Butterflies in the Blues


Come join us as we walk around Bennington Lake on Tuesday mornings. It's fun to see what birds are present at different times of the year and to enjoy the changes of the seasons at the lake. The walks last 2-3 hours. We do not walk in inclement weather.

The start time for the walks will change with the seasons. For more information E-mail Ginger Shoemake