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Birding


President

Rochester Birding Association


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R News: As It Happens, Where It Happens

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Birding Association President Bob Mauceli says “ What they're going to see and it looks like it's gonna happen, are owls that migrated in over night.


Democrat & Chronicle: Local News

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"The seriousness of it is that these are big birds, they weigh 30 pounds, and they need to get a run-up start to fly," said Bob Mauceli, a member of the Birding Association.


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Bob Mauceli, President, Rochester Birding Association


Democrat & Chronicle: Local News

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"The seriousness of it is that these are big birds, they weigh 30 pounds, and they need to get a run up start to fly," said Bob Mauceli, a member of the Birding Association. The trumpeter swan is North America's largest waterfowl.It was nearly extinct in the early 1900s.Since then, the bird has made a comeback. Flocks of the birds migrate from Canada to nesting grounds in Alaska in the spring.The swan in Irondequoit Bay apparently was hatched in Ontario, Canada in 2004; the bird had a Canadian tag on its wing, Mauceli said.


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Speaker: Bob Mauceli
Bob & Sandy Mauceli attended the ABA Regional Conference in Quito, Ecuador in early September 2007 and then extended their stay for a tour by Tropical Birding down the Eastern Slope of the Andes to the Ecuadorian Amazon Basin rainforest. Bob will share their experiences and bird photographs from this trip. Bob is the current president of the RBA; he was a past president of the club, a former editor of the Little Gull and has served on the board as a director. Bob organized the RBA trip to Ecuador and the Galapagos in March 2006 and he and his wife Sandy enjoyed the country and the birds so much that they wanted to see more of both. Bob and Sandy classify themselves as intermediate birders.


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