Dr. Rosalind Renfrew

Dr. Rosalind Renfrew

The Otter Creek Audubon Society Annual Dinner and Meeting will take place Thursday November, 13. Our keynote speaker this year will be Rosiland Renfrew from the Vermont Center for Ecostudies who will give a presentation titled The Double Life of the Bobolink. The effervescent, enchanting song of the Bobolink fills our grasslands during the summer, but where do they go the rest of the year, and what do they encounter along their journeys? Dr. Rosalind Renfrew will reveal the “other side” of the Bobolink, and discuss how cutting edge research is informing their conservation at a hemispheric scale.

The Otter Creek Audubon Society will also be presenting the 2014 Silver Feather award to Bill Crenshaw for his contribution to habitat creation and protection during his 38 years of service at Vermont Fish & Wildlife.

The meeting will be held at the The American Legion, 49 Wilson Road, Middlebury, Vermont. Preceded by a social hour, a Lasagne dinner with meat and vegetarian options will begin at 6pm. The cost for the meal is $18.50, and you can use this invitation pdf to make reservations. The meeting and presentation beginning at 7pm are free and open to the public.

Print the second page to mail in your reservation.

Print the second page of this invitation to mail in your reservation.