Ireland – Birds, Pubs, Culture As Seen Through Irish Eyes

When:
October 10, 2016 @ 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm
2016-10-10T19:30:00-06:00
2016-10-10T21:00:00-06:00
Where:
UM Gallagher Building, room L14
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Susie Wall
406-274-0548

Ireland – Birds, Pubs, Culture As Seen Through Irish Eyes, as related by Terry McEneaney.

Terry McEneaney is a retired staff ornithologist for Yellowstone National Park. He has authored three books (Birds of Yellowstone, The Uncommon Loon, and Birding Montana).  A field ornithologist with decades of experience, he is currently a bird guide for the world bird tour company Field Guides Inc.(Austin, Texas).

Terry is not a democrat or a republican,  he is proud to be called a “publican”, meaning his life involves having fun in the atmosphere of Irish pubs and the Irish landscape.  And there is no better place to have this type of fun (a.k.a “craic”) than in Ireland.

Bird ecology and adventure are right up there in Terry’s list of life’s priorities.  A dual citizen of both the United States and Ireland, Terry has been birding and leading birds by day-pubs by night trips to Ireland for many a day.  So if you are interested in the ecology of Irish birds, pubs, and related culture then this presentation may appeal to you.

 


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