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Draft Agenda November 21, 2013
Audubon of Southwest Florida
Calusa Nature Center and Planetarium, AT THE TOM ALLEN ROOM
Thursday, 6 pm
1. Call to Order and attendance
2. Minutes of October 17th
3. Treasurers Report: (sent by email)
4. Committee Reports
c. Field Trips and Programs (review list)
Orange River Birding Circle, sign up
5. National and State Audubon updates
6. Old Business
Ellen Peterson Award Recipient
Environmental Breakfast wrap-up
7. New Business
Brad Cornell and Award
Manatee Cam proposal
8. Next meeting Date (Christmas Party)
7pm PROGRAM ON VULTURES (THE BIRD, NOT THE HUMAN, one is a dirty, smelly, and ugly creature that feeds off of misfortune, and the other flies.)
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||What We Do...
The Audubon of SW Florida chapter offers a variety
of field trips, programs and services for its members and the community.
We raise funds for environmental efforts including land acquisition
and public information campaigns; sponsor educational programs
and scholarships via The Charles Foster Conservation Fund;
and assist with the management of Audubon of Florida's sanctuary
properties in Lee County. Meetings are held at 7 PM on the third Thursday of the month at the Calusa Nature Center and Planetarium at 3450 Ortiz Ave, Ft. Myers. We'd like you to join us.