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John Spahr

President and VARCOM Reviewer

Virginia Society of Ornithology

Email: j***@***.net

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Virginia Society of Ornithology

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Virginia birds, Virginia birding, Virginia birdwatching. The Virginia Society of Ornithology exists to encourage the systematic study of birds in Virginia, to stimulate interest in birds, and to assist the conservation of wildlife and other natural resources. ...more

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The VSO


//www.virginiabirds.net/


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Appalachian Mountains Joint Venture | vabba2

amjv.org [cached]

John Spahr, Region 3 | Email: feldspahr@gmail.com
John has lived in Virginia since 1980, the same year he and his wife joined the Augusta Bird Club. He's been active in the VSO for several decades and has participated in many breeding bird forays and coordinated the 2003 Bath-Highland foray. He's a member of the VSO conservation committee and has served as VSO president and VARCOM reviewer. He has been a regional eBird reviewer for several years. John is a retired physician and an incorrigible international traveler/birder, who, when home in Virginia, divides his time between Staunton and Highland County.


monticello_bird_club_charlottesville_virginia

www.monticellobirdclub.org [cached]

John Spahr: The Mystery and Majesty of Owls
Exploring this will be the December 8th speaker at the bird club, John Spahr of Staunton, in his talk entitled The Mystery and Majesty of Owls. John will also discuss some of the owl's unique anatomic and physiologic features. Finally, he will review all the species that commonly occur in Virginia. John, a native of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, lives in Staunton with his wife Nancy. He has served as president of the Virginia Society of Ornithology. John Spahr's talk will be just another of these "must hear" presentations. Come join us at 5:30 PM December 8th to talk to and hear from our speaker John Spahr.


Birds of India: Bird Call Playback - Ethics and Science; Tape-lure; Audio Lure; Recording playback

www.kolkatabirds.com [cached]

" John Spahr, Former Virginia Society of Ornithology president, had this to say in the same programme: " If one is cautious and limits the use of audio recordings, I think that's perfectly acceptable.


www.williamsburgbirdclub.org

At the January 18th meeting John Spahr will present a program titled Owls: Birds of Mystery and Majesty.
John, who lives in Staunton, began birding in his early teens in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. John is a member of several of his local bird clubs and has served as VP and program chair for the Augusta Bird Club for nearly a decade. He has also been actively involved with the Virginia Society of Ornithology, including serving a term as president. He has traveled abroad George and Virginia Boyles brought friends, John and Marilyn Adair.


www.williamsburgbirdclub.org

At the January 18th meeting John Spahr will present a program titled Owls: Birds of Mystery and Majesty.
John, who lives in Staunton, began birding in his early teens in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. John is a member of several of his local bird clubs and has served as VP and program chair for the Augusta Bird Club for nearly a decade. He has also been actively involved with the Virginia Society of Ornithology, including serving a term as president. He has traveled abroad


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