We hope this newsletter finds you all in good health. At our September board meeting, it was decided to continue chapter meetings on Zoom until the end of this year, at which time we will re-evaluate the corona virus situation.
Over the summer, we received a thank you letter from Marine Science Station for our donation to their Coastal Camp program. Also, we completed a poster project at Homosassa Wildlife Park, and thanks to a lot of hard work by our new President, Ken Spilios, it has already been installed!
We are hoping you will be able to join us for our Zoom chapter meeting at 7pm on Wednesday, October 20th. The presentation will be on Florida Native Bees by Dr. William Lester. Members will receive an email invitation with the necessary link. If you have not yet downloaded the free ZOOM meeting app & need help, email us at: President@CitrusCountyAudubon.org.
We have scheduled the following October field trips: 10/8 (Fri.) - Eco-Walk Trailhead at 8am 10/16 (Sat.) - Pepper Creek at 7:45am 10/22 (Fri.) - Inglis Island at 8am More information can be found on our website: www.CitrusCountyAudubon.org
Last, but not least, we are looking for some free storage space for a few CCAS items. If you know of anything & can help us out, please send us an email. Thanks!
YOUR BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Citrus County Audubon PO Box 527 Lecanto, FL 34460