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Thursday To-Do: Audubon Society of Central AR Monthly Meeting

Audubon_LOGO_STACKED_COLORJoin the Audubon Society of Central Arkansas for its monthly meeting, tonight at 7 p.m. at Fletcher Library in Little Rock. For more information, visit the website at www.ascabird.org.

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Thursday To-Do: Audubon Society of Central AR Holiday Potluck & Silent Auction

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Join Audubon Society of Central Arkansas (ASCA) tonight from 6-9 p.m. at Little Rock Audubon Center (4500 Springer Boulevard, Little Rock) for its annual Holiday Potluck and Silent Auction!

This fun event is a great opportunity to enjoy some wonderful food, spread some holiday cheer, and exchange stories with fellow birders.

The Silent Auction is not only fun but a critical source of funds for ASCA. Auction items may be purchased or handmade. If you are bringing an item, please be there before 6 p.m. so that your item can be labeled and placed.

The bidding will start at 6:15 p.m. The dinner will be served around 6:30. ASCA will provide the drinks, plates, cups and eating utensils.

Bring your favorite dish and come join ASCA tonight!

For more information, visit the website at www.ascabird.org.

Thursday To-Do: Audubon Society of Central AR Monthly Meeting

Audubon_LOGO_STACKED_COLORJoin the Audubon Society of Central Arkansas for its monthly meeting, tonight at 7 p.m. at Fletcher Library in Little Rock. Kelly Mulhollan and Donna Stjerna will discuss The Ozarks Project and Toucan Jam. Kelly and Donna will share folk stories collected from the people of the Ozarks. They may even share a song or two inspired by these tales. In addition to being skilled musicians, they are excellent educators and will describe the ways they teach children about exotic cultures and nature through their Toucan Jam program.

Both Kelly and Donna are accomplished songwriters and play a plethora of acoustic instruments under the moniker Still on the Hill. The group’s repertoire is primarily their own original, roots-based compositions, a genre hybrid they term “folkgrass.” The twosome has created several very popular children’s shows and educational workshops which they perform under the name Toucan Jam. They also teach students about birds at the Arkansas Audubon Society Halberg Ecology Camp.

For more information, visit the website at www.ascabird.org.

Saturday To-Do: Audubon Society of Central AR Monthly Bird Walk

Audubon_LOGO_STACKED_COLORThe Audubon Society of Central Arkansas will host a bird walk, Saturday, September 18 at Bell Slough Wildlife Management Area (WMA) near Mayflower.  The group will meet at 7:30 a.m. at at the main entrance to Bell Slough WMA, south of Mayflower. The group will slowly walk the trail looking for migrating fall warblers. This is a good opportunity to learn to identify warblers in their non-breeding (basic) plumage. The trail is gravel and fairly level for easy walking. This will be a morning trip.

Directions: From Little Rock-Take I-40 West to Exit 135 at Mayflower. Cross over the interstate, then turn left (south) onto Hwy. 365. Go approximately 2.5 miles, look for the brown sign. Turn left off Hwy. 365 onto Grassy Lake Road. Follow Grassy Lake Rd. under I-40 then turn left into the parking lot just after crossing Palarm Creek.

For more information, contact contact Karen Holliday, ASCA Field Trip Coordinator at (501)920-3246 or karenh@arkleg.state.ar.us .

Thursday To-Do: Audubon Society of Central AR Monthly Meeting

Audubon_LOGO_STACKED_COLORJoin the Audubon Society of Central Arkansas for its monthly meeting, tonight at 7 p.m. at Fletcher Library in Little Rock. Dr. Susan Weinstein, Chief of the Zoonotic Disease Section, Arkansas Department of Health, will teach us about zoonotics, diseases that normally infect animals but can be transmitted to people. For more information, visit the website at www.ascabird.org.

Thursday To-Do: Audubon Society of Central AR Monthly Meeting

Audubon_LOGO_STACKED_COLORJoin the Audubon Society of Central Arkansas for its monthly meeting, tonight at 7 p.m. at Fletcher Library in Little Rock. Dr. Wilbur Owens, a retired biology professor from the University of Central Arkansas, will discuss how birds adapt for flights. For more information, visit the website at www.ascabird.org.

Thursday To-Do: Audubon Society of Central AR Holiday Potluck & Silent Auction

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Join Audubon Society of Central Arkansas (ASCA) tonight from 6-9 p.m. at Magnolia Lodge (5304 West Markham, Little Rock)  for its annual Holiday Potluck and Silent Auction!

This fun event is a great opportunity to enjoy some wonderful food, spread some holiday cheer, and exchange stories with fellow birders.

The Silent Auction is not only fun but a critical source of funds for ASCA. Auction items may be purchased or handmade. If you are bringing an item, please be there before 6 p.m. so that your item can be labeled and placed.

The bidding will start at 6:15 p.m. The dinner will be served around 6:30. ASCA will provide the drinks, plates, cups and eating utensils.

Bring your favorite dish and come join ASCA on Dec. 10 at 6 p.m.!

For more information, visit the website at www.ascabird.org.