The Seattle Audubon Society is holding its October program meeting at the Woodland Park Zoo’s Zoomazium (auditorium). I’ll be talking about now-or-never conservation issues of the marbled murrelet in Washington and explaining why your input on the state’s forest policy is so important right now. In less than an hour, you’ll be fluent in acronyms (BNR, DNR, EIS, ESA, HCP, et cetera), informed on the issues, and inspired to speak out for the protection of this endangered seabird. This will not be boring. Trust me.
Seating is limited, so please reserve your space through Seattle Audubon here.