When: Monday, March 25
Time: 6-8 PM
Join us this Monday for our chapter meeting at the library. We'd love to have you hear our presentation, and to socialize with other birders in the area.
Our presenter this month is Joseph Woodbury from Washington Oaks Gardens State Park. Joe is a Park Services Specialist at Washington Oaks and is a recipient of the statewide Interpreter of the Year award for his interpretations of the park.
Joe's talk for us will be about the Timucuan Indians. The Timucuans lives in northeast Florida and southeast Georgia and were the largest indigenous group in the area, and flourished along the rivers.
Our presentation will be followed up on Saturday, March 30, by a walk at Washington Oaks. Washington Oaks offers riverfront, oceanfront, maritime hammocks, woodlands, and should offer a wonderful birding experience.