Saturday, September 20, 2014, 9:00 AM--1:30 PM
This workshop will focus on butterflies of the Atlanta and Piedmont areas of Georgia. It will begin with a classroom discussion about butterfly families and their habitats led by Phil Delestrez of the Department of Natura Resources. After a short break, the class will take a field trip into the Power of Flight Grasslands and the Wetland Restoration area at Panola Mountain State Park, which will allos us to look for many different species of butterflies. The hike will be about three miles round trip and cover different habitats. This program is suitable for adults in good walking shape and children 12 years old and up. We may see some good birds on migration too!
Fees: $45 Master Birders, $50 Atlanta Audubon Members, $55 non-members
Contact Melanie Furr at 678-973-2437 or firstname.lastname@example.org to secure your spot. For more details, click here.
Streets Alive Festival will block streets leading to Manuel's
Sadly, the September Member Meeting has been cancelled. The Streets Alive Festival will be taking place on Sunday, September 28th, and portions of North Highland Avenue, North Avenue and Boulevard, including the section right in front of Manuel's, will be closed all afternoon. It's a great street festival that allows people to walk, bike, skate and otherwise enjoy the businesses in a traffic-free environment. However, Manuel's will not be accessible by car from noon until after 7 p.m. on the 28th. If you were planning to pick up birdseed at the meeting, we will be holding an alternate pickup time on Sunday, September 28th from 2 PM - 5 PM at the Atlanta Audubon Society office. Please plan to attend the next AAS member meeting on October 28th where we'll hear about The Golden Eagle Project. Stay tuned for more information.
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