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Ruddy Duck Photo Credit: Dick Walker

Throughout the summer, we trade our general meetings for getting outside in Montana’s amazing summer. We do this individually and through organized field trips. Check out our Activities & Field Trips page to see what’s upcoming as well as our Latest News for summaries and special articles throughout the summer!

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Field Trip Report: Tally Lake Campout

By Jill and Mike Fanning A sturdy and dedicated group of campers showed up for the Thursday-Saturday, June 9-11, birding time at Tally Lake Campground. The weather forecast was for rain and wind, but the weather turned out to be perfect with sun and clouds. There were about 20 people – 7 RV’s, 2 tents […]

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Field Trip Report: Birding by Bicycle

By Laura Katzman and Gael Bissell. Forty people joined Flathead Land Trust, Flathead Audubon, and the Flathead River to Lake Initiative, on a sunny Saturday morning, May 14, for the 2016 spring Bike and Bird field trip. The group met at McWenneger Slough at the 412-acre Fisher property that is protected by a conservation easement […]

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Black-chinned Hummingbird - Photo Credit: Jeannie Marcure

Keep Hummingbird & Seed Feeders Clean

From www.allaboutbirds.org, Cornell Lab of Ornithology. Hummingbird feeders must be kept clean. Bacteria and mold grow in sugar water, and sugar ferments, so sugar water should never be left out more than 2 or 3 days; change daily in very hot weather. Clean feeders at least once a week with hot water and a brush. […]

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