Santa Barbara Audubon Society
5679 Hollister Ave, Suite 5B
Goleta, CA  93117
(805) 964-1468
SB Audubon Program: A Bird's Eye View of Southern Florida
Holly Sherwin, Former Trip Leader for the Conservancy of Southern Florida
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   Please join is as Holly Sherwin talks about the avian wonders of southwest Florida! Once nothing but swampland and scrubby forests, Southwest Florida has been subject to many environmental challenges. From early plume-hunting days to recent water wars and an ever-increasing human population, the Sunshine State has had to fight to protect its diverse wildlife for over a century. Thanks in part to the National Audubon Society, birds once on the brink of extinction are now protected and can easily be viewed from the Everglades National Park to Ding Darling Wildlife Refuge, through the 10,000 Islands and into Audubonís own Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary.
Doors open at 7:00. Join us!

   For nearly 10 years Holly worked for the Conservancy of Southwest Florida in Naples, Florida, where she led natural history tours through various local parks and sanctuaries as well as locations in the Florida Keys and Caribbean Islands. She has since migrated to the shores of Santa Barbara, where she currently resides with her husband and teenage son (but still visits her favorite haunts and secret birding spots in Florida).
   Event Category & Type:   Lecture ( Classes, Seminars, Conferences)

   Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History - Farrand Hall, 2559 Puesta Del Sol, Santa Barbara, CA  93105

   Admission:  FREE to All
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   Phone:  (805) 964-1468
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