We had a sunny, autumn day for our Birds & Brews event! Garret Johnson, Executive Director of Michigan Nature Association gave a thought-provoking presentation on Land Protection and the Challenges of Conserving Migratory Birds.
Garret Johnson & Paul Messing, Board Member
We had our usual brews and good conversation afterwards. Our raffle was especially fun as the Birds & Brews crew always comes up with nice items to help raise money for the Michigan Audubon. One of the prizes was a framed photograph of a Cedar Waxwing taken by Paul Messing. This beautiful photo was featured in an insert in the New York Times. Congrats to Paul!
I'm looking forward to our next gathering in November. Until then, cheers!
Thursday, October 10, 2013
Sunday, October 6, 2013
For some reason, the Birds & Brews event flyer on the previous post isn't showing up correctly for some. Here are the details for our Birds & Brews event on October 9th. RSVP's are appreciated!
Land Protection and the Challenges of Conserving Migratory Birds
Presented by Garret M. Johnson, Executive Director Michigan Nature Association
Wednesday, October 9 at Bailey’s Pub in Dearborn
Reserved lounge area
Social hour 6:00—7:00 p.m.
Presentation will begin at 7:00 p.m.
RSVP required: email@example.com
About Garret M. Johnson: - Prior to joining MNA as its executive director, Garret worked in Washington D.C. as director of federal affairs for Pacific Forest Trust, a San Francisco-based land trust/think tank focusing on the nexus between large –scale forest conservation and climate and energy policy.