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Open Public Meetings

Until such time as coronavirus restrictions allow face-to-face public meetings, we will be conducting them only on-line using Zoom from October 2020 onwards.



Wednesday, October 14, 7:00 pm

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Birding and Birds of Colombia and the State of Mono Lake and its birds.

Presenter Santiago Escruceria

Both programs will offer geographical, ecological and political insights on both areas.
Santiago M. Escruceria is a Colombian-born American citizen residing in California for the past 41 years. He graduated with a BA in Cultural Anthropology and a minor in Environmental Studies from Sonoma State University. He has taught environmental education in Spanish and English, for the past 30 years, 21 of which he has spent with the Mono Lake Committee.
At Mono Lake he manages the Committee’s Outdoor Education Center program for Los Angeles youth.
Santiago is an avid birder and bird photographer, leading birding adventures in Colombia during the winter and walks for school groups in the Mono Basin during the rest of the year.

On-line at: guadualitobirdingtours.com.

He is currently President of the Eastern Sierra Audubon Chapter.



Wednesday, November 18, 7:00 pm

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“Water Harvest”

Presenter Dr. Nancy Muleady-Mecham

Join Fulbright Scholar, Dr. Nancy Muleady-Mecham for this insightful presentation on water, its properties, occurrence, use, and power. She will discuss nature, history, location and use.  There is so much to learn about our precious resource here in California.

Nancy is Adjunct Professor of Biology, Northern Arizona University
Visiting Lecturer, University of Virginia Semester at Sea
Fulbright Scholar, Gorno-Altai State University, Russian Federation
U.S. National Park Ranger, Retired



Board Meetings

Our board meetings usually are the third Wednesday of the month, September through May, and are at 3:30pm.  Audubon members are welcome to attend these meetings. For information on next meeting you may call Barry Boulton at (209) 596-0612 or email him at rbarryboulton@gmail.com.