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Audubon News August 2020

We will have our

October and November meetings by Zoom. To join the Zoom Meetings - type in the link:
Both Zoom meetings will use the same codes, numbers & links. MGRrNW9yRmVON3VPU0dRZz09
Our meetings are recorded & you can watch them after the fact. Meeting ID: 854 3392 0233
Passcode: 534620
Time: Thursday, October 29th, 2020, 6:30 PM MT You can dial by phone instead of using the on-line video linkage
Topic: Recent Mining Issues in the Black Hills (We think any of these numbers work from SD)
Speakers: Lilias Jarding, Ph.D., Black Hills Clean +1 301 715 8592 (Germantown), +1 312 626 6799 (Chicago)
+1 929 205 6099 (New York),+1 253 215 8782 (Tacoma)
Water Alliance +1 346 248 7799 (Houston),+1 669 900 6833 (San Jose)
Hearing a lot about mining and potential mining in the Black
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tect the central Black Hills.
Meeting ID: 854 3392 0233
Time: Monday, November 30th, 6:30 PM MT Passcode: 534620
Topic: Title: Climate Watch: Monitoring Birds in a For help with Zoom, contact Nancy Hilding, 605-787-6466
Changing Climate (h) 605-787-2806 (cell), To download
Speakers: Kathy Dale, National Audubon Society’s free zoom software - The instructions & Zoom
Director of Science Technology links will also be on our website’s home page and Facebook
Audubon’s newest community science effort, Climate Watch, pages. Members meetings are normally in the last week of the
seeks to understand how birds are being affected by climate month & use the above Zoom codes. Links to recording of past
change and to test the future range change predictions for U.S. meetings are placed on our web site and Facebook pages for 2
species. Learn about Audubon’s Climate Watch program, the sci- months after the meeting. We also may have Zoom working
ence that is its foundation and current results. Kathy will talk meetings to talk about campaigns on various issues we follow.
about Audubon’s ground-breaking work to model the future of These are not announced by newsletter & might not be posted to
birds’ response to climate change and the way you can help website, but e-mails are at least sent to folks who have expressed
ground-truth how your birds are responding. interest in the campaigns and/or who follow the issues.

To reduce mailing expenses & use of volunteer time, PHAS is trying to send as many announcements by e-mail as possible. Please help us keep
you informed by giving us your phone number and e-mail address. PHAS is run by volunteers. We are recruiting new Board members.

Prairie Hills Audubon Society (PHAS) is a Chapter of the National Audubon Society. Our territory is much of West River SD. Nancy Hilding -
President,, 605-787-6466 or 6779; Helen McGinnis - Treasurer,, Doris Respects Nothing -
Secretary,, MaryJo Farrington - Board member, 605- 716-2151; Jim Petersen - Board member,,
PHAS web site :, PHAS Facebook page:

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