National Audubon PresidentDavid Yarnoldto Speakat March Meeting“Sea Level Rise, Climate Change and Audubon’s Opportunityfor Bipartisan Leadership in Florida and Beyond”First Congregational Church Fellowship Hall
About David Yarnold: David Yarnold was the recipient of many journalism awards before becoming National Audubon president in 2010. Under his leadership, Audubon's distributed network is becoming a coordinated, collaborative force for hemispheric conservation. David's talk will include comments on the importance of green spaces like the Celery Fields in climate change. Find out more about David on Wikipedia and the National Audubon website.
Three Things to Know
Did you know that 2018 is the Year of the Bird?National Geographic and National Audubon have formed an alliance to promote the importance of the bird in our ecosystem. You can find out more on the Year of the Bird website.
Wild About Art, our SAS members art exhibition, will be on display through February at the Nature Center, 9-1, DAILY.Many are available for purchase.Image credit:Artist: Diane Wallace
Bird Naturalists are on the boardwalks daily ( ) with binoculars and telescope. Come and learn more about birds and wildlife at the Celery Fields, boasting more than 440 acres of natural Florida habitat...