Michelle Connally, 2018
At the January 2023 chapter meeting, we were all introduced to just a few of the several talented humans from our Class of 2022. Sam Crowe presented his topic in a unique and fresh medium where each of the “slides” displayed was a short high quality video during his “birding potpourri” 10 minute talk. We asked him back to go into additional details about our North Texas Spring Migratory birds. His selected species will fall into three categories. Summer residents arriving, species passing through on their way north and winter residents moving north to their nesting grounds.
About our speaker:
Sam Crowe is a graduate of the 2022 Master Naturalist Class. He began birding in college, eventually doing a stint at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology. Later published a photographic guide to the birds of North America. He is a native Texan and has spent most of his life in the Dallas area. He is currently working for a start up company called Subeca (short for the SUnny BEaches of CAlifornia, which sometimes gets in the way of his play time.