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September General Meeting
Get in the Migration with Pee Wee Audubon
Message from Our President
"Audubon Adventures": Act Now!
Docent Training at Bolinas Lagoon
Costa Rica Birding
Poster Contest: Sonoma County Kids Sweep Grade 3-5 Awards
Second Annual Leveque Lecture
Welcome New Members
Awards at Festive Annual Meeting
Environmental Educators to Meet in Bay Area
Fall Sanctuary Camp-Out
September General MeetingThe Program Committee is very pleased to announce that Wade Eakles, aprofessional raptor biologist, will speak at our first General Meeting of thenew Madrone Audubon year, on Monday, September 16. His topic will be "Arizona'sBald Eagles--Then and Now," a presentation based on his studies of the habitatrequirements of wintering and breeding Bald Eagles in Arizona.
Mr. Eakles has been an ecologist with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers wetlandsregulatory program in northern California since 1990, and a volunteer hawkwatcher for the Golden Gate Raptor Observatory since 1991, studying raptormigration along the Pacific Coast. He previously participated in Bald Eaglereintroductions on Santa Catalina Island, and studied the feasibility ofidentifying individual Bald Eagles with sonograms or voiceprints.
Mr. Eakles is an excellent photographer as well as an established authority inraptor biology, so we can look forward to a very interesting evening. Themeeting begins at 7:30 PM at the First Presbyterian Church, Ingram Hall, 1550Pacific Avenue, Santa Rosa. As always, the public is welcome.