Enjoy a fun evening, learn about conservation topics, and support Audubon Naturalist Society!
Join us in the historic Woodend Nature Sanctuary Great Hall for coffee and dessert while enjoying inspiring presentations on a variety of nature conservation topics. Click the link for each event below to see more information and register. Your registration fee goes to support our ANS Conservation Program! All programs are on Thursday evenings.
September 13: Adam Henson, Conservation Director of Wild Earth Allies: Marine Turtle Conservation in El Salvador [Note: this program is 5:30-7 pm, and located at Wild Earth Allies office near the Friendship Heights metro station.] ($10)
October 25 (7-8:30 pm at Woodend): Dr. Patricia Hernandez, George Washington University: “Great Jumping Carps! Anatomical specializations may be the secret behind the success of this invasive species in the Midwest.” ($15)
November 15 (7-8:30 pm at Woodend): Tamara Toles O’Laughlin, Executive Director of Maryland Environmental Health Network: “Making policy at the edge of risk: science and the precautionary principle in environmental health.” ($15)