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VWL Annual Meeting 2022 - Shared screen with speaker view
Joy Oakes
28:25
Joy Oakes
Joy Oakes
28:30
Stewart's Creek Farm
Joy Oakes
28:40
in Pittsylvania County
Elizabeth Elliott
28:43
Elizabeth- Verona
Erin Stiede
28:44
Erin Stiede, Natural Lands Project, Chestertown, MD
Michael Sands
28:49
Mike Sands, Flint Hill
Tiffany Beachy
28:49
Swoope VA - near Staunton. :)
Keri Parker
28:51
Keri - Huntly
Bruce Green
28:52
Key West, Fla.
Alan Williams
29:14
Luray, VA
David Moulton
29:18
Bethesda MD - background is Hollywood, MD
Tiffany Beachy
29:21
That's awesome! Yay for hardy cacti!!! :D
Luke Macaulay
29:25
Calvert County, MD; Eastern Shore of Maryland
Anneke DeLuycker
29:45
Anneke Deluycker @ SMSC - Smithsonian-Mason School of Conservation at SCBI
Justin Proctor
29:53
Justin Proctor, Piedmont Grassland Bird Initiative, Front Royal, VA
Alex Newhart
30:03
White Post, Virginia
Cary Ridder
31:05
Cary Ridder, Flint Hill, VA
Marjorie Lewis
31:18
I am having difficulty with audio. Can anyone trouble shoot? Thanks! Volume is up.
Paula Whyman
31:18
Flint Hill, Va
Michaela Weglinski
31:22
Michaela Weglinski, Local Conservation Communications Intern, SCBI/VWL, Winchester, VA
George Ohrstrom II
31:41
George Ohrstrom here
Michaela Weglinski
32:04
Marjorie, try checking your audio setting in Zoom and make sure that the sound is coming through your computer speakers.
George Ohrstrom II
34:12
Amy I love the warbler ID cartoon
Luke Macaulay
34:40
Partnerships opportunities. I'm with University of Maryland Extension and we are building out some educational programming around early succession habitat.
Joy Oakes
35:02
My family wants to promote bobwhites on our farmland and we'd like to learn what's working elsewhere in the Piedmont
Michael Sands
35:07
Looking forward to hearing updates on the projects. What’s new for 2022
David Moulton
37:25
Hi Amy - Our meadowlarks in Southern Maryland are on territory already - pairs are interacting - wing flicks, hopping, chasing. So early compared to what the literature would suggest!
Lauren Volgenau-Knapp
38:18
What is the general state of Bobolinks in the Piedmont right now, and what are your predictions for their future there?
George Ohrstrom II
41:10
Flattery will……
Lisa Volgenau
43:22
So sorry to hear about the passing of Sally!
Erin Thady
50:14
Webinar recordings https://www.vaworkinglandscapes.org/education/webinar-recordings/
Erin Thady
50:34
Newsletter link https://www.vaworkinglandscapes.org/how-to-get-involved/subscribe-to-our-mailing-list/
George Ohrstrom II
50:57
those newsletters are GREAT
Erin Thady
52:36
PGBI https://www.vagrasslandbirds.org/
Paula Whyman
52:43
I’m interested in hearing from anyone (grad students or scientists) who might want to do research on specific topics related to grassland restoration or wildlife biodiversity. My land consists of a large open meadow surrounded by steep woods on a mountain. It’s a formal cattle pasture/orchard.
Paula Whyman
53:09
“Former” not formal…!
Erin Thady
53:40
Incentives program page https://www.vagrasslandbirds.org/incentives-program/
Erin Thady
01:05:09
https://www.vaworkinglandscapes.org/education/resources/field-management-guidelines-for-grassland-birds/
Michaela Weglinski
01:06:34
The Field Management Risk Calendar for Grassland Birds can be found on page 2 of the PDF at the above link.
Anneke DeLuycker
01:14:26
Apologies, I have to sign off (have to teach a class). Exciting stuff, looking forward to continued collaborations in the future! Nice to see everyone.
Paula Whyman
01:14:35
Would be great to have landowner gatherings!
Joy Oakes
01:14:57
Field trips to learn on the ground from VWL's programs
Lisa Volgenau
01:15:57
Sorry Have to leave. Amy- Thanks for this interesting summary and for all of your teams conservation efforts !
Laura Dabinett
01:16:01
You are doing amazing work. Please proactively advise landowners regarding programs that offset the cost of changing to farming practices that help with plant and bird diversity! Thanks. Laura Dabinett
George Ohrstrom II
01:19:22
Thanks Amy, Charlotte …George Ohrstrom
Joy Oakes
01:24:54
This was really interesting, thanks for inviting me and please keep me on the list.
Lauren Volgenau-Knapp
01:25:05
All of this information has been so helpful. These summaries are so important to give a clear picture of all of your impact. And that will be a beautiful film to summarize it all…Thank you so much!
Paula Whyman
01:26:20
Fascinating to see everything you’re doing!
David Moulton
01:26:21
Great job Amy. Thanks for all you do. Let’s stay in touch.
Michael Sands
01:27:12
GREAT JOB AMY!!!!
Luke Macaulay
01:27:13
Great to learn more about all your projects and programs! Thank you!
Leighton Powell - Scenic Virginia
01:27:24
I have another meeting. Thank you SO much. Fascinating!!
Bob Mayo
01:27:28
Looking forward to another great year. Much thanks.
Tiffany Beachy
01:27:50
I love this organization! Thank you for all you're doing! :)
Caity Homan
01:27:52
So impressed by how far the VWL program has come since 2010! Keep up the great work!
celia vuocolo
01:29:10
Howard- I would suggest reaching out to your local private lands biologist to help develop a plan!
celia vuocolo
01:31:32
I think that is me! I cover Fauquier: cvuocolo@quailforever.org
Jennifer Holder
01:40:26
So excited for the summer! Looking forward to seeing everyone and going out to the fields. Thank you for all you do.
Margy Halpin
01:40:26
Thank you for this and for all you’re doing!!