Immediate Past President
Jean recently retired after 30 years as a Librarian. She is thrilled to have plenty of time now for birding, wildflowers, reading and baking.
Michael is responsible for compiling the monthly e-newsletter. He loves books and the outdoors. His hobbies include exploring how cultural representations of avifauna in art, literature, folklore, etc. can be used as a gateway for attracting more people to birding and conservation.
Mary is a biologist for Three Oaks Engineering where she conducts surveys for endangered plants and flying critters, but they are the furry kind, not the feathered kind. She likes to grow native plants and edible plants, both of which are enjoyed by the local deer a great deal. She is co-chair of the NC Bat Working Group.
Ernie is a stream mapper for the NC Department of Environmental Quality. He loves being outdoors and participating in various citizen science projects including the Volunteer Stream Monitoring program for the City of Raleigh and the Neighborhood Box Turtle Watch and Nest Watch programs for the NC Museum of Natural Sciences. On rare occasions, one can hear him play his violin.
Board meetings are open to all. The board meets the first Tuesday of every month at 7:00 pm at the Prairie Ridge Research Laboratory at 1671 Gold Star Dr, Raleigh. Check with one of the officers before coming to confirm the day and location as they occasionally have to be changed.
Meetup Group Organizer