The Dungeness River Audubon Center presents a new speaker series that will happen once a month, under the light of the full moon in our new amphitheater. Please join us for an evening of discovery and wonder.
There is seating in the amphitheater but feel free to bring lawn chair and blankets!
All talks will begin at 7 pm.
April 29th -Dann May (Geology professor for Peninsula College)
“When a Geologist Is in the Mountains, She Is Thinking About the Ocean: How Geology Shapes the Beauty of the Olympic Peninsula”
May 29th – Tim McNulty (poet and author)
“Island of Rivers, a Natural History of the Olympics,”
June 28th – Alana Linderoth and Tom Sanford (North Olympic Land Trust)
“Conserving the bedrock of community, economy and place”
July 27th – Kim Sager-Fradkin (Wildlife Biologist, Lower Elwha Tribe)
“By the light of the Buck Moon, research on Columbian black-tailed deer, mountain lions, and other furry or feathered wildlife”
August 26th – Robert Steelquist (author, advocate)
“Deep Connection: Experiencing Nature and Finding the Explorer in Each of Us”
September 24th – Patty McManus (Promotions Coordinator at Nash’s Organic Produce)
“Farming in Partnership with Nature.”
October 24th – Tomas Setubal (Mountain Lakes Team Olympic National Park)
“State of Water in Olympic National Park”