Audubon Observer, January 2019
THANKS FOR A GREAT YEAR!
As we say goodbye to 2018, it’s a perfect time to express our gratitude to the folks who have helped us this past year to achieve our mission, “Connecting People with Nature.”
Thanks to our dedicated volunteers!
Thanks also to our members, donors, social media followers, program attendees, and everyone who participates in any of our activities - you are the reason we do what we do!
CROSBY SANCTUARY UPDATE
Our volunteers work hard every fourth Saturday of the month at our Crosby Sanctuary conservation property in Orange Park to maintain trails and plantings, remove invasive species, and keep it trash-free. We have big plans for improvements at Crosby over the next several years to make it more accessible to everyone.
These developments will allow more people to experience this magical place, but we need your help! In early 2019 we will launch a campaign to raise the funds we will need to make these plans a reality, but you can donate at any time using the PayPal link on our website at www.duvalaudubon.org. Thank you!
We have some great field trips, programs and volunteer opportunities lined up for the rest of the 2018/2019 season. Here are some highlights:
JOIN OUR TEAM
Duval Audubon Society is an all-volunteer organization operated by a Board of Directors who manage the day-do-day business of running a chapter of the National Audubon Society. Current board openings include: Clay County Conservation Chair, Corresponding Secretary, and Volunteer Chair. If you would like to join our board to help our chapter achieve its mission of connecting people with nature, please contact chapter president Jody Willis at firstname.lastname@example.org.
From everyone at Duval Audubon Society, best wishes for a happy, healthy and BIRDY 2019!