Lower Columbia Basin Audubon Society
Supporting the Tri-Cities of Washington State, Pasco, Kennewick, and Richland and surrounding communities in Benton and Franklin Counties
NEW TIME - NEW LOCATION
May 28, 6:30 PM
MID-COLUMBIA LIBRARY, KENNEWICK BRANCH
1620 S. UNION ST., KENNEWICK
East Africa: Encounters of Every Kind
A Presentation by Scott and Pamela Woodward
All LCBAS members come to the May meeting! LCBAS members and conservation activists Scott and Pamela Woodward are bringing to our May meeting tales of their recent adventure to Central East Africa. This is not a visit to the zoo; it is a live emersion into a vanishing world known as the “Dark Continent”. Africa is constantly in motion, undergoing intense political and climatic change. The Woodwards felt a sense of urgency to go there and experience the cultures, landscapes and wildlife before they are altered forever.
The short business meeting will begin at 6:30 p.m. followed by a short social break where folks can enjoy coffee or tea and a cookie. Scott and Pamela will begin speaking around 7:00 p.m. (The meeting is beginning earlier as the library closes at 9:00 p.m.)
What species is this?
Birds of the Tri-Cities Checklist
Junior Audubon Schedule
Local Field Trip
contact Rich Barchet, Local
Field Trips Coordinator
Learn bird sounds with Larkwire. It's a great tool and your purchase supports Lower Columbia Basin Audubon Society!
Larkwire is an application that resides on the web – meaning that you have to be connected to the internet to access it - and can be played on a computer or on several other devices (iPad, iPod, some Android systems).
[NOTE: If you don't use our link above, and purchase Larkwire independently, be sure to include the code 'LCBAS' and our Chapter will still get credit.]
Buy Seed - Feed the Birds - Earn Money for LCBAS!
Any time you buy seed at Columbia Grain & Feed, just mention Audubon and LCBAS will receive a donation.
Next Board Meeting
June 3, 2013
Lower Columbia Basin Audubon Board Meetings are open to all members.
AUDUBON MISSION STATEMENT - To conserve and restore ecosystems, focusing on birds and wildlife, for the benefit of humanity and Earth's biological diversity. Audubon educates adults and children about the environment, advocates responsible public policy and legislation for natural resources, and conducts science-based projects using birds as indicators of health of the natural world.
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