Nov 7, Is Sasquatch or Bigfoot Real?

Is Sasquatch or Bigfoot Real?

Thursday, November 7

7 p.m.

Logan Library, Bonneville Room

Is Sasquatch or Bigfoot real?  If it is, then the species is certainly endangered.  If not, there are many people who are barking up the wrong tree.  Sasquatch specialist and Idaho State University Professor of Anatomy and Anthropology Jeff Meldrum will review the most compelling evidence for the existence of this creature, the 60 second Patterson–Gimlin film captured in 1967.  The technology for analyzing this film has improved greatly over the past 50 years, and Dr. Meldrum will present what modern analysis of this film tells us.  This is your chance to get many of your questions about Sasquatch answered  The presentation will be in the Bonneville Room in the Logan Library at 7 PM, Thursday, November 7.  It is sponsored by the Bridgerland Audubon Society (https://www.facebook.com/events/2554779871265464/).

Annual Bird Seed Sale

 
The Bridgerland Audubon Society Bird Seed Sale is by pre-order only. Orders must be placed by Tuesday, October 22nd, 5 p.m. by email to hilary.shughart@gmail.com (or call 435-213-3668), and pay with cash or check at pickup on Saturday, November 2, 10 a.m. – Noon, or by arrangement.
 
Black Oil Sunflower Seed $30/40 lbs   
Millet $25/50 lbs   
NEW!: Millet $14/25 lbs   
Nyjer $35/25 lbs  
NEW!: No Mess Patio Blend $30/20 lbs  Sunflower chips, hulled white millet, and chopped peanuts.
NEW! BAS Tote Bag (13W x 10D x 15H in.)***: $3 each 
Please order early. PayPal at Bridgerland Audubon Society website or pay with cash or check only at pick up.
 

Bird Seed Pick Up:

Saturday, November 2, 10 a.m. – Noon

(or by arrangement)

If you have not pre-paid via PayPal, please bring cash or check when you come to pick it up. Checks may be made out to BAS (or you can spell it out: Bridgerland Audubon Society).
 
Pick Up Location:
Little grain silo at the corner of 200 N and 1400 W, Logan (near the Logan City Environmental Department Bldg. Turn left on 1400 West)

 
Information on Feeding Wild Birds:
 
Food and Feeder Preferences of Common Feeder Birds:
 
Best Bird Feeder Placement:
 
Lazuli Buntings pick caterpillars, spiders, grasshoppers, ants, beetles, butterflies, and other insects from leaves and grasses in the understory. They also eat berries and seeds from serviceberry, chokecherry, wild oats, chickweed, and other grasses. They frequent bird feeders, especially those filled with white proso millet.
 
 
 
Birds at sites with feeders are in overall greater health and have a 38% higher survival rate:
 
 
***New! Attractive tote bag for your personal bag plan. This grocery shopping tote measures 13W x 10D x 15H in. and includes a bottom insert for stability and long lasting use. Black with white Bridgerland Audubon Society logo.
 
13W x 10D x 15H in.
  • Large Open Main Compartment Tote Bag
  • Inner Bottom Board to Prevent Any Wear and Tear
  • 20”(L) x 1.25”(W) Reinforced Straps
  • Recycle #5
  • Great for Shopping or Groceries
  • With Bottom Insert Accessory