Invitation (pdf). Print the second page and mail to make a reservation. (SOLD OUT)

On Thursday November 8, the Otter Creek Audubon Society will be holding our Annual Dinner and Meeting. A chance for us to get together with the OCAS community and celebrate the work we have done over the past year, and the volunteers who have made that work possible.

Our featured speaker this year will be renowned author, naturalist, and Hog Island Audubon Camp instructor, Scott Weidensaul. The great Snowy Owl irruption of 2013-2014 was a source of wonder and curiosity for most of those who witnessed the influx of this striking owl into the Champlain Valley and elsewhere in the eastern U.S. But for some, like Weidensaul,  it was an opportunity to do some innovative new science. In this talk, Weidensaul will tell us about co-founding Project SNOWstorm, an effort to track Snowy Owls in real time using GPS/GSM transmitters. The data gathered from this has led to unexpected discoveries about the life history of Snowy Owls.


Scott Weidensaul

We are also very pleased to be be presenting our Silver Feather Award to to Amy Clapp for her outstanding accomplishments in teaching and promoting environmental education at the Salisbury Community School and across the entire Addison Central School District

The meeting will be held at the Kirk Alumni Center, 217 Golf Course Rd, Middlebury, VT Preceded by a social hour, a Mediterranean buffet dinner will begin at 6pm. The cost for the meal is $25.00, and you can use this invitation (pdf SOLD OUT) to make reservations.

Edit: All reservation slots for the dinner have now been sold.

The meeting at 6:45, Silver Feather presentation at 7:15 and the featured speaker beginning at 7:45 are free and open to the public.