MONTHLY MEETINGS

Second Monday of the month First Congregational Church Fellowship Hall, 1031 S. Euclid, Sarasota 34236.
No charge; donation appreciated
6:30pm social time; 7pm business matters; 7:30pm presentation

Oct 9: FLORIDA’S MAGNIFICENT FRIGATEBIRDS-ORIGIN AND FUTURE  Dr. Ken Meyer of the Avian Research and Conserva on Ins tute will share results of GPS tracking of their travels and breeding areas.

Nov 13: RESILIENT BIRDS AND DEVOTED ADVOCATES  Julie Wraithmell, Deputy Executive Director/Audubon Florida, will talk about the Audubon legacy and the future of coastal bird conservation on in Florida.

Dec 11: BIRDS OF PANAMA Clyde Stephens will tell us of his experiences during decades living, working and birding in Panama.

Jan 8: CLIMATE SCIENCE AND SOLUTIONS  Dr. David Hastings, Professor of Marine Science and Chemistry at Eckerd College will attempt to answer the question: Is it too late for Coastal Florida?

Feb 12: DARLINGS AND DUCK STAMPS   US Fish and Wildlife Service, Supervisory Refuge Ranger Toni Westland will explain the importance of Federal Duck Stamps, how they save land, wildlife and more!

Mar 12: SEA LEVEL RISE, CLIMATE CHANGE, AND AUDUBON’S OPPORTUNITY FOR BIPARTISAN LEADERSHIP IN FLORIDA AND BEYOND David Yarnold, CEO of National Audubon Society

Apr 9: THE BIRDS AND THE BEES  Mark Browning. 1. Florida Barn Owls 2. The impact of Africanized bees on Florida bird species.

May 14: SWALLOW-TAILED KITES  Margi Haas will share her adventures with the Swallow-tailed Kites she has encountered in our area.