Pennsylvania Audubon State Assembly. Pennsylvania Audubon will be holding its annual state assembly here in Wellsboro on September 19 and 20. The assembly's focus will be on “Healthy Forests for Birds and People” and will include an exciting agenda on ways we can help forests in our communities and throughout the state. This Assembly is not just for chapter leaders. All Audubon members are invited as well as are non-Audubon members who care about these issues. A nominal fee of $24 per person will cover lunch, refreshment break food, and some of the costs of facilities.
PA Audubon hopes that several leaders from each chapter will be able to attend. There will be concurrent sessions with varying interests and action opportunities for helping bird habitat: 1) in our communities as they migrate through or stop to nest, 2) in PA’s northern forests where the highest densities of forest-dependent birds nest in our state, and 3) in the wintering habitat of our Neotropical migrants throughout Central America. Additional information and registration forms are available here.
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Meetings are held September through May on the third Wednesday of each month at the Gmeiner Art and Cultural Center on 134 Main Street next to the Green Free Library in Wellsboro. A board meeting takes place at 6:30, and the general meeting is at 7:30; all are welcome.
(Updated July 27, 2014.)
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