2022 Speakers and Leaders information is coming soon! 
December 2021 Keynote Speakers
Reinier Munguia is president of Lake Region Audubon Society in Winter Haven and staff naturalist at the Street Nature Center. Along with his wife Nyleen, he will present photo workshops at the NORTH SHORE BIRDING FESTIVAL. A widely published photographer, his website is wildstockphotos.com. Reinier has been Audubon Florida’s EagleWatch coordinator and assists with rescue work for wildlife rehabilitation centers. Reinier presents at schools all over Florida to help future generations understand and appreciate nature. He will present the dinner keynote on Friday night at the Wekiwa Springs Youth Camp and photo workshops. He will be co-leading Trips 18, 30  and 37.
Alex Lamoreaux is senior leader and North American specialist for Wildside Nature Tours and guides birding tours across the US and beyond. He has worked on avian research projects from Arctic National Wildlife Refuge to southern Belize, and everywhere in between! Alex is particularly interested in shorebirds and raptors, and absolutely loves watching birds in active migration. A former Florida resident, he currently resides in Cape May, New Jersey, but birding tours take him all over the world. He will be presenting the Saturday night keynote "Invaders, Vagrants, & Rarities” and co-leading Trips 5, 10, 12, 18, 36, 48, and 55.
December 2021 Field Trip Leaders
Gian Basili is one of the people most responsible for guiding restoration efforts on the Lake Apopka North Shore and for opening the area to birding and other passive recreational use. He worked 2 years for Audubon Florida, 17 years for the St. Johns River Water Management District, and now works for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service in Jacksonville. Gian earned his Ph.D. in Wildlife Ecology from the University of Wisconsin-Madison for his groundbreaking work on Dickcissels, the first year-round study of a neotropical migratory songbird.  He will be co-leading Trip 34.
Andrew Boyle is the master bander at the Wekiva Bird Banding Station at Lake Lotus Park.  Set up in 1994, this banding station—which originally banded birds in the Wekiva River Basin Parks—is Florida’s longest continuously running bird banding station. Andrew began participating when the banding station was at Wekiwa Springs State Park in 2003 and in 2008 moved the station to Lake Lotus Park with banding on Sunday mornings. The fun of banding is in the surprise species that are netted. Learn more about the Wekiva Bird Banding Station through Andrew's blog at wekivaband.blogspot.com/.  He will be leading Trip 36.
MIchael Brothers is one of the our country's leading gull experts. Retired as Director of the Marine Science Center in Ponce Inlet, Michael has been leading pelagic birding expeditions off Florida and Georgia for nearly 20 years and natural history tours throughout Florida, the Galapagos Islands, Kenya, and the Amazon. He is a member of the Florida Ornithological Society Records Committee and is the Florida regional editor of the journal North American Birds. Michael will lead Trip 56.
Brian Cammarano has been monitoring terns and other seabirds on Maine's seabird islands, surveying rare Black Rails in Southwest Florida and monitoring breeding and migratory shorebirds through Audubon Florida's shorebird steward program. He assisted with bird banding at the Cape Florida Banding Station and Wekiva Basin Banding Station; worked as a grassland songbird technician in Montana; volunteered for a bird of prey rehab center in Miami; assisted with Florida Scrub-Jay research, and this fall has joined the Florida Keys Hawkwatch. Brian helped form the UCF Knighthawks  Audubon chapter.  He will be co-leading Trips 12, 19, 34, 46, and 50.
Steve Coleman is “the dean of the Magnolia Park Lake Apopka sunset photographers.” Through his many posts on Facebook, he created a Magnolia Park sunset photography movement. Steve shares his photos on the Sunsets by Steven Facebook page and with Lake Apopka Wildlife Drive Facebook groups. The Lake Apopka Wildlife Drive now closes at 5 p.m. and lake access at Magnolia Park is closed for renovations, so Steve rides his bike on the Loop Trail to do his sunset photography. Steve will lead Trip 45.
Gigi DelPizzo is a Freshwater Fisheries Biologist for the Florida Fish and Wildlife Commission, based north of Lake Apopka in Eustis. An avid birder since 2012, she participates in bird research, including  Florida Scrub-Jay surveys,  North America Breeding Bird Atlas surveys, Bluebird Nesting Box surveys, EagleWatch, quarterly bird and butterfly surveys in Lake County, and numerous Christmas Bird Counts. She has assisted with the Wekiva Basin Bird Banding Station at Lake Lotus Park. Gigi enjoys extensive traveling and birding around the United States and abroad and in 2019 saw her 500th American Birding Association species. She will co-lead Trips 14, 23, 47 and 49.
Derek Demeter is Planetarium Director at the Emil Buehler Perpetual Trust Planetarium at Seminole State College. When he’s not hosting sold-out planetarium shows, you can find him in the middle of nowhere with an elaborate camera setup aiming for the perfect shot of the night sky. He has  battled hungry alligators, monster mosquitoes and light pollution to bring the universe into focus. Derek and a colleague from the planetarium will be leading the Star Walk at Wekiwa Springs State Park, Trip 17.
Lauren DiBiccari is currently Bander-in-Charge at New Jersey Audubon's South Cape May Meadows research station where the stopover ecology of migrant songbirds is being studied through bird-banding and tracking data. Hands-on field research has been her focus as a biologist, and she has previously worked with Klamath Bird Observatory, HawkWatch International, and Manomet Inc to study migratory and breeding birds as well as teaching and training new bird-banders. Lauren will be co-leading trips with Alex Lamoreaux.
Natasza Fontaine is completing her masters at Florida State University on habitat associations between plants and birds. She studied Northern Mockingbirds at the Lahti Lab at CUNY Queens College and volunteered with New York City Audubon as well as the Delaware Highlands Conservancy.  In 2017, she had the opportunity to attend a Cornell Lab of Ornithology Sound Recording workshop and now has made over 550 bird audio recordings!  These have enhanced her keen ear. Natasza is also a natural science illustrator and volunteers as a Shorebird Steward for Audubon Florida. She will co-lead Trips 20a, 26, 31 and 35.
Pamela Ford is an avid birder from South Carolina who joins her partner Craig Watson in birding the South Carolina low country and elsewhere. In partial retirement from her job as a radiologist, she is an active participant in the Carolina Bird Club. Pam and Craig will co-lead Trips 5, 9, 20b, 34, and 46
Jeffrey Gammon is a recent graduate of the University of Central Florida, now teaching middle school science while working to become a field biologist. Skilled at finding birds in the field, Jeffrey researches behavior, ecology, and life history to better understand each species, and his eBird reports include interesting annotations. Jeffrey has volunteered with rehabilitation of injured/orphaned birds at the Back to Nature Wildlife Refuge. One of the hotshot young birders who made his festival debut at the December 2020 North Shore Birding Festival, Jeffrey will be co-leading Trips 19, 50 and others.
Reinhard Geisler chases birds throughout Florida while working as a manager for a large corporation. A superb nature photographer, Reinhard is a volunteer at the City of Orlando's Orlando Wetlands Park and a Florida Master Naturalist. Along with his wife Jutta, he created the “Birds of Orlando Wetlands Park” book and teaches bird photography workshops to benefit that park in east Orlando. His images have also been featured in “American Birding Association” (ABA) magazine and “ABA Field Guide to Birds of Florida” by Bill Pranty. Reinhard will be co-leading Trip 39a.
Jutta Geisler is a photographer, graphic designer and web designer through her company G-Graphic Solutions, LLC. She chases birds in Florida and all over the world with her husband Reinhard. Jutta is also a volunteer at Orlando Wetlands Park. She will be co-leading Trip 39a.
Greg Gensheimer became an avid birder through the 1998 Emeralda Marsh Christmas Bird Count and monthly counts at Emeralda and the Lake Apopka North Shore. He chairs the Friends of Green Mountain Scenic Byway (GMSB), which created the 45.2-mile Florida-designated Scenic Highway along western Lake Apopka, including acquisition of Ferndale Preserve and the Green Mountain Scenic Overlook and Trailhead. Retired from dual careers as an environmental and investment consultant, Greg now spends time on the GMSB and birding. He will lead Trips 8 and 23.
Luis Gles is a naturalist from Colombia, currently living in Miami, and is a well-known member of South Florida’s birding community. He is lead hawkwatcher for the Florida Keys Hawkwatch and volunteers at the Cape Florida Banding Station. He is a founding member of Valley of the Colors, an organization focused on developing ecotourism in Colombia and Florida and coordinating with bird tracking agencies. Through Birding Ecotours, a company based in South Africa and the UK,  he leads tours to North America, the Caribbean, and Colombia. He is also a Kowa USA ambassador and avid digiscoper. Luis will co-lead Trips 11, 21, 41, 48 and 50.
Deborah Green knows the birds and plant life at Wekiwa Springs State Park well; she has written two natural history books on the area and taught a community college field class at the park. She is also intimately familiar with the NORTH SHORE BIRDING FESTIVAL that began in 2016 as a spin-off of the family-oriented Lake Apopka Wildlife Festival & Birdapalooza. While serving as president of Orange Audubon Society (OAS), in 2016 Deborah led the effort to develop a real birding festival to attract out of town visitors.  She chairs the Birding Festival committee and co-chairs the OAS Nature and Environmental Education Center Committee. Deborah will be co-leading Trips 26 and 41.
Robert Gundy, who prefers to go by his last name, has been with the Florida Natural Areas Inventory (FNAI) in Tallahassee since 2016. He has worked across the country as a field technician with reptiles and birds and currently focuses on herpetological surveys, including drift fence arrays and  gopher tortoise surveys.  A Florida native, he graduated from Florida State University in 2010 with a bachelor's degree in biology. Doing a Florida Big Year in 2020 as a team with girlfriend Natasza Fontaine, he broke the Florida Big Year record with 388 species. He is excited to have reached the rank of 100th on eBird's Top100 Florida birders of all-time!  He will co-lead Trips 20a, 26, 31 and 35.
Mark Hainen is a birder/nature photographer who birds the majority of the year in Michigan and Ohio, particularly at the Black Swamp Bird Observatory at Magee Marsh. He spends 3 months each winter in Central Florida and has enjoyed birding the Lake Apopka North Shore for the past 8 years. Mark is an official Observer for the Detroit River Hawk Watch and one of its photographers. He makes an annual trip to Northern Minnesota’s Sax Zim Bog during February to see and photograph Great Gray, Northern Hawk and Boreal Owls. He wades into chest deep marshes, crawls on hands and knees and hikes miles for an opportunity to see and photograph nature. Mark will be co-leading Trip 6.
Karen Hamblett is an avid birder and photographer who participates in local bird counts and has been eBirding for the past 8 years.  She frequently birds by bicycle and has found many rarities on the Lake Apopka North Shore, including the Smooth-billed Ani that was a big hit at the 2019 North Shore Birding Festival. She has recently taken birding trips to Peru, Brazil, and Columbia. Karen is a volunteer at Orlando Wetlands Park and will be co-leading Trip 55.
Mitchell Harris has been interested in natural history from his earliest years growing up in Vero Beach. He began birding about twenty years ago after seeing a white morph Gyrfalcon, just north of the Brooks Range on the North Slope of Alaska. He is extremely interested in pelagic birds and leads trips for the Space Coast Birding and Wildlife Festival and for Space Coast Audubon. Mitchell has found many rarities in Brevard County, including an American Flamingo at Canaveral National Seashore. He will be co-leading Trips 53 and 56.
David Hartgrove was a backyard birder until 1986 when he helped with the first Florida Breeding Bird Atlas and was introduced to hard core birding. In 1987 he became the Conservation Chair for Halifax River Audubon in Daytona Beach, and in 1996 he became compiler for the Daytona Beach Christmas Bird Count. David has led trips to the Dry Tortugas, Cuba and Panama and in addition to leading  trips for Halifax River Audubon, he leads for the Space Coast Birding and Wildlife Festival. David will co-lead Trip 10.
Milton Heiberg is a professional photographer and instructor of nature photography who has written seven books and numerous articles on photography. The Essentials of Nature Photography published by Tern Book Company is his most recent. Milton was the founder of the photo committee at New York City Audubon Society and taught nature photography courses there from 1980 until he moved to Orlando in 1998. He now teaches nature photography at the Crealdé School of Art, Harry P. Leu Gardens, the Space Coast Birding and Wildlife Festival, and is Central Florida's photography instructor at Digital Photo Academy—Panasonic/Lumix's national school of photography. Milton will be co-leading Trip 1.

Jack Horton is a native Floridian and wildlife photographer who loves getting out in Central Florida to find subjects to observe and photograph. His photography has been used by Nikon USA, National Audubon Society, and the Audubon Center for Birds of Prey EagleWatch Program. When not out shooting photos, Jack works as a high school math teacher, is involved with the sport of water polo, and was recently inducted into the Lake Brantley High School Hall of Fame. He serves on the board of Orange Audubon Society and is part of the Lake Apopka Wildlife Drive Ambassador Program. Jack will be co-leading Trips 37 and 45.
Mariah Hryniewich is working for her second fall at the Florida Keys Hawkwatch. An avid naturalist from Port Charlotte, Mariah is passionate about Florida nature and has earned her stripes while birding the Gulf coast and traveling throughout the country. She is a wildlife photographer and now a rep for Kowa Sporting Optics. Mariah will co-lead Trips Trips 11, 21, 41, 48 and 50.
Luddy Lambertson is an avid birder, nature lover, and world traveler. Professionally, he and his wife Rachel breed and sell daylilies through his Art Gallery Gardens in Lake Helen, FL.  Luddy has been an art instructor for junior high, high school, adult education and the learning disabled, and his artwork is represented in numerous private and public collections. His birding trips have taken him all over the United States and to Peru, Colombia, Thailand, Africa, and Costa Rica. Luddy will co-lead Trip 28.
Paul Lammardo is an ornithologist and park biologist at Wekiwa Springs State Park, a position he has held since 2005. Paul's Master’s thesis at SUNY Stonybrook was on scrub-jays—comparing survival in natural and suburban settings. Through monthly Wekiwa Springs State Park bird surveys, in collaboration with Orange Audubon Society volunteers, he is documenting how species like Bachman's Sparrow, Brown-headed Nuthatch, Red-headed Woodpecker and Eastern Bluebird have increased in population at the park through 35 years of prescribed burning. He is also monitoring Florida Scrub-Jays on park properties. Paul will be leading Trip 51.
Alex Lamoreaux is senior leader and North American specialist for Wildside Nature Tours and guides birding tours across the US and beyond. He has worked on avian research projects from Arctic National Wildlife Refuge to southern Belize, and everywhere in between! Alex is particularly interested in shorebirds and raptors, and absolutely loves watching birds in active migration. A former Florida resident, he currently resides in Cape May, New Jersey, but birding tours take him all over the world. He will be presenting the Saturday night keynote "Invaders, Vagrants, & Rarities” and co-leading Trips 5, 10, 12, 18, 36, 48, and 55.
Michael Legare is Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge's Supervisory Refuge Biologist and works to develop and implement recovery efforts for federally threatened and endangered species across public lands in east-central Florida. One of the species he focuses on is the Eastern Black Rail, recently listed as federally Threatened. The St. Johns National Wildlife Refuge, managed though Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge, is a location where Black Rails still survive. Michael will be leading Trip 46.
Lorri Lilja worked as a contractor for the St. Johns River Water Management doing bird surveys and other projects, which spawned her interest in birding. She earned an Environmental Studies degree from Rollins College and participates in bird and butterfly surveys, Bioblitzes, Florida Scrub-jay surveys and Christmas Bird Counts. Recently retired from a career in law enforcement, Lorri enjoys birding travel. Her American Birding Association (ABA) species list is 522, her worldwide total is 661. Lorri enjoys pointing out birds to others and will be co-leading Trips 3, 13, 22, 38 and 52.
Larry Martin is an avid birder who is Orange Audubon Society’s (OAS) field trips coordinator. For the past few years he has served as OAS’ liaison to Mead Botanical Garden, a 48-acre migrant hot-spot located at 1500 S. Denning Drive, Winter Park, FL, and organizes fall and spring migration bird walks there. Larry participates in local bird surveys and has co-lead OAS' South Carolina birding trips. Larry will be co-leading Trips 20 and 55.
Sam Mitcham is an avid birder, photographer and eBirder, when not traveling the world for his work as tour manager for a rock band. Although he is a talented photographer, he considers himself first a birder. Easily found at all the local hotspots, Sam is always willing to talk with a fellow birder or photographer. He placed first in both the 2020 and 2021 Orange County June Challenge birding competition with 131 species and 129 species, breaking the county records. Sam is one of the originators of weekly Bird Chats with Orange Audubon Society on Zoom. He will be co-leading Trips TBA.​​​​​​​
Cindy Monell is an avid nature photographer recently retired from elementary teaching. Ever enthusiastic, she enjoys working with children and welcomes her first chance to co-lead a Youth and Family Photography Field Trip for Orange Audubon Society. Cindy is one of the Lake Apopka Wildlife Drive Ambassadors and can frequently be found on the Drive or at other birding hotspots. She will be co-leading Trip 27.
Reinier Munguia is the staff naturalist and president of Lake Region Audubon Society in Winter Haven. Along with his wife Nyleen, he will present photo workshops at the NORTH SHORE BIRDING FESTIVAL. Reinier has been Audubon Florida’s EagleWatch coordinator and assists with rescue work for wildlife rehabilitation centers. Reinier presents at schools all over Florida to help future generations understand and appreciate nature. A widely published photographer, his website is wildstockphotos.com. He will be co-leading Trips 18, 30 (indoor workshop) and 37.
Chris Newton first started birding when his father and uncle took him on birding trips and Christmas Bird Counts throughout the Northeast. He has been a birding guide, monitored raptor nests in Nevada, and participated in surveys on the Lake Apopka North Shore. Professionally, Chris works as a keeper of giraffes, lions, rhinos and zebras at Disney’s Animal Kingdom. In 2015, he did an Osceola County Big Year in competition with his friend Gallus Quigley, who did a Lake County Big Year. Chris saw 236 bird species, a record for Osceola County. He saw his 700th North American bird species in 2019. Chris enjoys wildlife photography and has served as president of Kissimmee Valley Audubon Society. He will co-lead Trips 2, 4, 7, 22, 25, 31, 35, 43 and 52.
Lee Ann Posavad is an avid nature photographer who enjoys working with young photographers, having taught her grandchildren photography. She is always learning by working with other photographers and taking photo workshops to improve her skills. See her photography at this link. She has taught Youth and Family Photo Workshops for Orange Audubon Society for several years including at the NORTH SHORE BIRDING FESTIVAL. Lee Ann will be co-leading Trip 27.
Gallus Quigley works as a planner, biologist and trails coordinator with the Lake County Parks & Trails Division.He also is a birding guide with Rebecca Smith through Archaeopteryx Birding and Nature Tours.  An avid birder for over 25 years, he is the Cornell eBird regional reviewer for Lake and Sumter counties and was coordinated the Florida Breeding Bird Atlas II for Lake County. He broke Lake County’s Big Year record in 2015 with 243 species. A past Orange Audubon Society board member, Gallus has contributed to the development of this festival. He will be leading Trips  3, 8, 29, 32 and 49.
Kathy Rigling is an avid birder, eBirder and photographer who has recently retired after 35 years as a middle school science teacher. She is first vice president of Orange Audubon Society, coordinates local bird surveys, is Birdathon compiler, and serves on the NORTH SHORE BIRDING FESTIVAL committee. Each summer Kathy directs the Nature Studies program at the Wekiva Youth Camp. She will be co-leading Trips 1, 4, 7, 15, 29, 39 and 44. 
Ralph Risch is the Florida Scrub-Jay Biologist for Seminole State Forest in Lake County. While studying for his master’s in zoology at University of South Florida, Tampa, he did research at Archbold Biological Station with pioneering Florida Scrub-Jay experts Reed Bowman, John Fitzpatrick and Glenn Woolfenden. Ralph has birded in 45 U. S. states, 3 Canadian provinces, and 6 European countries, and worked as a biologist with birds in Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, Florida, Idaho, New York, Oregon and Washington. Ralph participates in Christmas Bird Counts and has worked as a birding guide. He will be leading Trip 14.
Jack Rogers is a prize-winning, widely published bird and nature photographer who has been photographing birds and other wildlife for decades. Jack leads workshops and presents a variety of seminars each year, including nature photography at Valencia College where he is a full-time Geology professor. Jack is a great supporter of Florida’s conservation organizations and his images may be seen on their websites, pamphlets, and signposts across the state.  Previous young attendees of his Youth photography workshops have gone on to win the Youth category of Orange Audubon Society's  Chertok Florida Native Nature Photo Contest. He will be leading Trip 6.
Marina Scarr is an award-winning nature photographer and Florida Master Naturalist. Birds and wildlife are her primary focus, and her images have been published in numerous nature photography magazines. Marina has spent several years as an avian moderator critiquing images on the nature photography website: www.birdphotographers.net, and enjoys helping photographers of all ages improve their shots and pick the best for contest entry. Marina will be critiquing photos in the Wekiwa Youth Camp Dining Hall on Saturday and Sunday, Trips 24 and 40.
Scott Simmons first learned about photography when he was given a SLR camera in 2001. HIs interest turned to nature photography and a few years later, through the Central Maryland Photographer's Guild, he developed a passion for teaching. The more he learned about photography, the more he wanted to be out in nature photographing it and the more he “got into” birding. Scott is a fan of the Lake Apopka North Shore area and submitting observations to iNaturalist. He is an eBirder, chaser of rare species and has a great ear for bird vocalizations. See learnoutdoorphotography.com to see his photos. Scott will be co-leading Trips 13 and 20.
David Simpson is one of Florida’s top birders, a life-
long resident of central Florida and holds many American Birding Association records, David  is one of Florida’s top birders, a life-long resident of central Florida and has held many American Birding Association records, including Big Year and Big Day. He has spent over 25 years leading tours, both through his previous job as a ranger at the St. Sebastian Buffer Preserve and at festivals. He is a birding guide through his own company, Birding with David Simpson. David will be leading Trips 39, 43 and 54​​​​​​​. 
Rebecca Smith, "Beck" to her friends, now leads birding tours with Gallus Quigley through their company Archaeopteryx Birding and Nature Tours, a festival sponsor. Since 2000 during her first internship studying dotted skippers and diamondback terrapins in Cape May County, New Jersey, Beck's passion for biodiversity has spread from entomology and herpetology to birding. A Certified Master Naturalist, she is a volunteer with Audubon Florida's Jay Watch, NABA butterfly counts and Christmas Bird Counts. She has been a bird bander with the Wekiva Basin Banding Station. Beck will be co-leading Trip 32.
Mary Soule is one of the most dedicated birders on the Lake Apopka Wildlife Drive—digiscoping and documenting on eBird the arrival of waterfowl and shorebirds as well as spotting rarities. In the Orange County June Challenge. Mary placed first in 2019 and second in 2020. Mary will be co-leading Trips 2, 5, 10, 42 and  54.

Joan Tague walked through the doors of the Pittsburgh Aviary in 1987 and never looked back. Her path in birding is like so many others that love a hobby—studying, doing the field work, traveling, developing skills, giving back through volunteering and teaching both adults and children. She regularly guides field trips for Halifax Audubon Society and other organizations and looks forward to sharing her love for her adopted home of Central Florida. She will be co-leading Trip 28.

Susan Thome-Barrett is an avid birder who now serves as Orange Audubon Society's conservation chair. She is recently retired as a physical therapist and in the past worked in marketing. She is part of the team originating Bird Chats with Orange Audubon Society, the weekly online Zoom programs. Recently Susan has co-led the Beginner's Bird Watching Classes and now will be co-leading Youth and Family Birding Trip 44.
​​​​​​​John Thomton began birding during his junior year of high school in the Chicago suburbs. An avid birder in Central Florida for the past 15 years while working for Disney, John founded and is compiler for two local Christmas Bird Counts, Clermont and Bay Hill. He holds degrees in wildlife management and biology from the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point and particularly likes corvids. John will be co-leading Trips 23a and 25.
Craig Watson works for U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) in the ACE Basin south of Charleston, SC, researching avian populations. Thirty-two years ago he worked for the U.S. Forest Service in the Francis Marion National Forest when Hurricane Hugo hit and obliterated that forest's population of Red-cockaded Woodpeckers. Craig led the implementation of installing artificial inserts into pine trees, now widely used to expand populations of this endangered woodpecker. He and partner Pam Ford lead trips and bird surveys for the Carolina Bird Club, and for the past 3 years have led a group from Orange Audubon Society in birding the "low country."  Craig will co-lead Trips 5, 9, 20b, 34, and 46
Bob Wexler is a Lake County birder who does bird surveys with Gallus Quigley and leads trips locally for Oklawaha Valley Audubon Society. Bob has been an avid birder for 65 years and moved to Central Florida in 2004 from the Catskill Mountains of New York. He and his late wife birded in over 30 countries. Bob will co-lead Trip 38.
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