Sam Crowe on April 23rd, 2015

  Michael Galas of the Buffalo Ornithological Society, founded in 1924 to promote the study of the birds of the Niagara Frontier Region, sent me an email in March asking if I would like to speak at the organization’s  85th Anniversary Dinner on November 15. I was familiar with the BOS from having met a […]

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Sam Crowe on April 10th, 2015

I have written in an earlier blog how Terri Gorney and I became good friends. The first time we met was at the  Bentley  Historical Library at the University of Michigan when she agreed to drive up to Ann Arbor from her home in Fort Wayne to help me with research on passenger pigeon author […]

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Sam Crowe on April 3rd, 2015

  The passenger pigeon story itself took place, of course, mostly in the eastern half of the US and Canada, although the messages in that story are relevant everywhere. Most of my talks were in areas that the bird once lived but I did have the opportunity to travel west twice in November. The first […]

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