This is my last message to you as President of St. Lucie Audubon. I would like to thank all our Officers and Chairs for their hard work during the last two years. I also want to thank all the other volunteers who assisted with field trips and the Breeding Bird Atlas.
As Dorothy Schultz assumes the office of President, I want you all to continue your efforts and help her make this chapter a continued success. If you know of anyone who might want to join, please refer them to one of us! If you have any ideas for new programs or projects, please email one of the officers.
Audubon chapters run on efforts of volunteers, so your help is always welcome! Thank you again, and I’ll see you in October.
Ed Bowes, Out-gong President, St. Lucie Audubon Society
NEW! MAY LAUGHING GULLnewsletter. Last of the 2013-14 season
NEW OFFICERS for 2014-15 SLAS season
OWL PROWL FIELD TRIPS continue on full moon nights through May.
THE HART BEAT, column by Hart Rufe on things of note inside and outside St. Lucie County. "Whistled Like a Bird" throws in some fascinating St. Lucie County history with birding info.
TRIP REPORT, PALEO HAMMOCK PRESERVE, Mar. 8, 2014
TRIP REPORT, ADAMS RANCH BREAKFAST, Feb. 15, 2014
MAY 1, 2014, THURSDAY, LAST MEETING OF SEASON, Jim Oppenborn, St. Lucie County Coastal Resources Supervisor of Mosquito Control and Coastal Management Services, “Creating Fish (& Bird) Habitats