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October Monthly Membership Meeting & Lecture: Voyagers on the Open Sea – The Pelagic Birds of Florida Michael Brothers, Executive Director, Marine Science Center

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Monthly Meeting and Lecture

“Voyagers on the Open Sea – The Pelagic Birds of Florida” by Michael Brothers, Executive Director, Marine Science Center, Ponce Inlet, Fl

Date and Time

Tuesday, October 3, 7:00 p.m.

Program Overview

Michael Brothers has been studying Florida birds for the last 45 years and has been leading pelagic trips . . . → Read More: October Monthly Membership Meeting & Lecture: Voyagers on the Open Sea – The Pelagic Birds of Florida Michael Brothers, Executive Director, Marine Science Center

Native plants are resilient! The Native Plant Tour is a GO for October 1st

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Audubon Everglades and the Atala Chapter of the North American Butterfly Association have teamed up for the Florida Native Plant Society’s Annual Native Plant Garden Tour. All three organizations will be together at the Judd Garden (click here to see garden list) to answer questions and share information on creating your own bird . . . → Read More: Native plants are resilient! The Native Plant Tour is a GO for October 1st

October 2017 Bird of the Month – Florida Grasshopper Sparrow

(c) Paul Thomas 2013 all rights reserved, FLORIDA GRASSHOPPER SPARROW at STA1-East, Loxahatchee, Palm Beach County, Florida on December 7, 2013

October’s Bird of the Month is the Florida Grasshopper Sparrow, and here is the article in the upcoming October 2017 Kite written by Ben Kolstad.

October – Florida Grasshopper Sparrow Ammodramus savannarum floridanus FE

This federally endangered bird is sometimes a victim of the confusion between taxonomic and common names. You could be forgiven . . . → Read More: October 2017 Bird of the Month – Florida Grasshopper Sparrow

Claudine Laabs’ Work Amazes Children in Connecticut

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Author: Kevin Longo

By Kevin Longo, July 10, 2017

In the warm, humid, and recently stormy summers in Windham County, in northeast Connecticut, children are enrolled in town-staffed day camps typically held at vacant elementary schools. For many consecutive years, I have presented (as a volunteer) a one-day hands-on science exhibit for the youngest . . . → Read More: Claudine Laabs’ Work Amazes Children in Connecticut