Lynn Barber will tell us how she saw 522 bird species in 2005, creating a new Texas Big Year record! She will show pictures of some of the birds seen and the sites visited. During that year, she drove more than 90,000 miles from forest to canyons to grasslands and beaches in her quest to record as many birds as possible.
This Crimson-collared Grosbeak is one example of some of the rarer birds seen in 2005.
Lynn E. Barber was born in Wisconsin, and has lived in Alaska, Oregon, North Carolina and since 2000, Texas. She is a registered patent attorney in solo practice in Fort Worth. She has a Ph.D. in bacteriology from the University of Wisconsin, Madison, and a JD from Duke University Law School. Her avocations include bird-watching, nature-photography, church volunteer activities, playing the hammered dulcimer, and baking cookies. She is married to Rev. David Barber, pastor at First Congregational Church, United Church of Christ, Fort Worth. She is past President of the Fort Worth Audubon Society, President-Elect of the Texas Ornithological Society, and in 2005, she broke the previous record for number of bird species seen in Texas in one year.
Please join us November 1, 2007, at 7 p.m. at Rose Park Activity Center, Room A, South 7th and Barrow Streets. Our meetings are free and open to the public.