presented by Dillon Tabish
At the April 11 meeting Dillon Tabish will talk about the spike in recreation interest in recent years and what Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks is doing to try and expand outdoor opportunities while promoting sustainable behavior, such as Recreate Responsibly.
Dillon was born and raised in Missoula. He worked as a river guide in Idaho and a wildland firefighter in western Montana before graduating from the University of Montana School of Journalism in 2008. He spent nearly 10 years working as a journalist in the Flathead Valley, and in 2017 he joined Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks as its regional communication and education program manager in Kalispell.
Once again, we’re going to be doing a hybrid meeting, both in person and online using Zoom. For those coming to the meeting, we’ll meet in Room 26 (different than in past years) at 7 PM which is on the east side of the building along Glenwood Rd in Kalispell. Look for our banner hanging outside. Please practice social distancing for seating in the large meeting room and we strongly encourage mask wearing.
For those deciding to attend virtually, we’ll be not only broadcasting the presentation, but also involving you as well, so that you can report bird sightings and ask questions at the end of the presentation.
The virtual attendance will be via the online Zoom platform on April 11th, 2021, at 7pm Mountain Time (you can hop on at 6:30pm to chat with fellow FAS members). Check your January Pileated Post for the link or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org requesting the link with instructions to connect.
The program is free and open to the public.
Videos of earlier FAS meeting presentations are available at https://flatheadaudubon.org/videos.