Due to additional snow and colder temps now in the forecast for the Pickstown area, the Sioux Falls Bird Club trip for tomorrow is being adjusted. I was lucky to get a photo of both goldeneye males together for comparison. *HB 1081: extend the effective date of certain provisions regarding the recreational use ofnonmeandered water.*PHAS & SDWF oppose this bill. (As an aside, this is the easiest place to see a dipper in the Black Hills).

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Kelly Preheim Armour, SD "If a child is to keep alive his inborn sense of wonder, he needs the companionship of at least one adult who can share it rediscovering with him the joy, excitement, and mystery of the world we live in." ~ Rachel Carson The Highway 83, Mellette County Snowy Owl was on its utility pole again this morning.

On Mon, Jan 29, 2018 at PM, Bill Bossman wrote: Nice comparison. Climate Watch participants are asked to survey for Eastern, Western, and Mountain bluebirds and/or White-breasted, Red-breasted, Brown-headed, and Pygmy nuthatches.

We can also grab lunch at Abbys as well if group would like to. Chris Anderson Sioux Falls, SD ------------------------------------ Posted by: Chris Anderson ------------------------------------ ------------------------------------ Yahoo Groups Links The Northern Hills Bird Club will host a field trip out of Sturgis this Saturday, Feb. We will bird north of Sturgis in southern Meade and Butte counties searching for the Snowy Owls reported earlier this week and other open country birds. If you want to go on your own, get your reservation for blinds at Rowe Audubon Sanctuary online ASAP for the dates you can be there. It say -- Chapter 41-23 is to be liberally construed, consistent with legislative intent & respect of private property. A side effect of this bill, as written, will remove public's rights to initiative and referendum on these subjects. 18 Bills related to Climate Change *HB 1241,establish an annual fee for certain electric motor vehicles and hybrid motor vehicles. Outdoorrecreation is a huge contributor to ournations economy, and expenditures byhunters, anglers, and wildlife-watcherswere $156.3 billion. Or maybe there was a starling being attacked by a cat or something that I didn't see and its cries sounded like nestlings? Someone inside the building playing a You Tube video of baby birds with the sound cranked up to full volume for some reason...

You want to be at the river at sunset and at sunrise to experience the magnitude of the migration. We believe this is a place holder bill, that may be amended with new text that may be more friendly to recreators. Electric cars pay an additional $100/year and hybrids an additional $50/year fee. 18=============Nancy Hilding 6300 West Elm, Black Hawk, SD 57718 or Prairie Hills Audubon Society P. Box 788, Black Hawk, SD 57718 [email protected] 605-787-6779, does not have voice mail605-787-6466, has voice mail This equates to 1%of Gross Domestic Product; one out ofevery one hundred dollars of all goodsand services produced in the U. is dueto wildlife-related recreation." ....."With101.6 million Americans 16 yearsofage andolderparticipating in2016,wildlife-related recreation is clearly animportant leisure activityin the U. This means anaverage of fourout of tenpeople you meet participate in some typeofwildlife recreation. - There was never any noise, never any starling, and I hallucinated the whole thing.

: Promoting a resilient and healthy Black Hills forest through endorsement of the forest management principles identified in "Black Hills Resilient Forest Strategy" published December 2017. Birding highlights: 20 Pinyon Jays - north of Hot Springs SD near Wind Cave Park entrance.

Local government can designate surface waters to qualify for buffer strips.*PHAS supports this bill Hse Local Government hearing 2/1/18, 10 am,

I was lucky to get a photo of both goldeneye males together for comparison. Wild Turkey Rock Pigeon Eurasian Collared-Dove Rough-legged Hawk Bald Eagle Downy Woodpecker American Crow Black-billed Magpie Blue Jay Gray Jay Townsend's Solitaire Black-capped Chickadee Red-breasted Nuthatch White-breasted Nuthatch European Starling American Goldfinch Cassin's Finch Gray-crowned Rosy-Finch Dark-eyed (white-winged) Junco House Sparrow The next NHBC event will be the monthly meeting on Feb. Nancy Drilling Rapid City The Snowy Owl was back on its pole again at a.m. The location is about a half mile north of the junk yard that is north of the town of White River. The next survey will take place January 15 - February 15, 2018 and is open to all interested Audubon chapters and centers, in addition to organized groups with an interest in birds.

Randall Dam The Barrow's Goldeneye is still at the Ft. Much of the waterfowl has cleared out, but there are still some Common Goldeneyes, Common and Red Mergansers, Buffleheads, Mallards, and Canada Geese around. Folks may feel differently about this issue, but itabout a substantial taking of a public resource..access to water that we own and that is to be managed for our benefit, which includes birding. The male was picking at the old nest material and singing. Eventually, the male came out, the female begged for food, and he quick grabbed a bug off the cliff face and fed her (courtship feeding). This all happened at the Mickelson Trail's Pluma trailhead on the west end of Deadwood.

Bill tracking is on PHAS web page and is updated regularly..you can see what is happening to bills you care about. The home page is like a blog, you need to scroll down past events, to get to the legislative section.

I have selected a fewthat may be of interest to birders.there are many more, both about protecting the world from pollution,biodiversity management and outdoor recreation management, that birders may care about.

Well head to the dam tailrace after that if doesnt work to meet. Nancy Drilling Rapid City The Olli trip to Nebraska this next month to experience the Sandhill Crane migration is full. It could be on the floor for vote any day, but seems delayed by deal making the USFWS survey on wildlife related recreation 2016. Starlings are inveterate mimics; maybe after the one flew away (which I did see), its mate sat in the nest imitating nestling cries for some reason?