At the September program meeting, prizes were announced for Birdathon 2015. Landis Eaton
received top prize for the highest dollar amount solicited and received The Narrow Edge: A Tiny
Bird, an Ancient Crab, and an Epic Journey by Deborah Cramer. The prize for the highest number of
bird species observed was presented to Charles Brine, who received Warbler Guide, by Scott Whittle
and Tom Stephenson, donated by the Princeton University Press. A prize was also awarded to the
team leader whose Birdathon team came in with the highest species count. John Maret led the team
at Assunpink and received the wonderful dvd. Field Biologist by Jared Flesher, generously donated
by Franta Boulik.
Our total for 2015 is $4,840.