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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
Second Annual Leveque LectureMadrone Audubon members are specially invited to attendthe Second Annual Peter Leveque Natural History Lecture at Santa Rosa JuniorCollege, Friday, October 4, at noon in the Newman Auditorium of Emeritus Hall.The speaker will be Dr. Luis Baptista, curator and chair of the Department ofOrnithology and Mammalogy at the California Academy of Sciences in SanFrancisco. He will discuss the biology of the Revillagigedos archipelago, afascinating group of islands located approximately 250 miles southwest of thetip of Baja, California. Dr. Baptista is an authority on the biology andecology of birds, especially bird song and animal communication.
The lectureship was established in honor of Peter Leveque, Madrone Audubon'simmediate past president, upon his retirement from 35 years as a biologyteacher at the College.
Parking is available for $1.50 in the Emeritus/Plover Library parking lot onElliott Avenue.