Thursday, June 14th: BCAS Annual Dinner and Black Swift Presentation
We will be gathering once again at the Remington Restaurant at The Bridges Golf Course in Montrose. This year’s meeting will include a delicious dinner and a talk by Jason Beason (see bio below).
Banquet Reservation Form
Indicate choice and number of entrees, all priced at $30, including tax and gratuity
_____Grilled skirt steak served over seared spring greens with Argentina chimichurri sauce, seasonal vegetables and mashed potatoes
_____Chicken breast roulade filled with fresh spinach, sundried tomatoes, mushrooms and ricotta accompanied with wild rice pilaf
_____Veggie lasagna with Italian cheeses and fresh seasonal vegetables
Includes: Coffee, iced tea, and water Chef’s choice dessert
_____Total number of reservations, at $30 each.
Mail your check to arrive by June 5 to: BCAS, P.O. Box 387, Delta, CO 81416
Directions to Remington’s: Take East Oak Grove Drive east from South Townsend Avenue (US 550) and turn right on Bridges Circle.
About the Speaker
Jason Beason is the Special Monitoring Projects Coordinator for Rocky Mountain Bird Observatory. He has been researching
Black Swifts since 2001 in Colorado and New Mexico. Jason and his wife own and operate Rain Crow Farm in Paonia where
they have recorded 173 bird species, including the Black Swift. The farm is on the Southwest Colorado Bird Trail and they
encourage visitors to bird their property.