Speaker: Gordon Beebe
Agenda: Gordon Beebe, President of Madrone Audubon Society, will present “Three weeks in the Ecuadorian Andes, from east to west”. Experience the visual beauty
and unique songs and calls of the birds of the varied mountain habitats of Ecuador, said to have the highest biodiversity per acre of any country in the world.
Not to be outdone, the variety of caterpillars and butterflies encountered rival any bird species seen.
Gordon Beebe is a project coordinator for the Sonoma County Breeding Bird Atlas, the Saturday bird walk leader and website editor for Madrone Audubon. He lives
with his wife Judy in Santa Rosa, Ca.
DINNER BEFORE MEETING: Join us at 5:30 p.m., at Mary's Pizza Shack, 535 Summerfield Rd., Santa Rosa, across from Howarth Park. From Hwy. 101 take Hwy. 12 east.
Turn left on Farmer's Ln., right on Montgomery Dr. and right on Summerfield Rd. Mary's will be on your right. They do not accept reservations for groups smaller
than 15, so when you arrive just ask to be seated with the RROS birders' group in the back room.