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Lower Columbia Basin Audubon Bird Seed Sale

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  • Bill and Nancy LaFramboise
    During the past few years, the subscribers of BirdYak have requested information on the bird seed sale that Lower Columbia Basin Audubon holds at Columbia
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      During the past few years, the subscribers of BirdYak have requested
      information on the bird seed sale that Lower Columbia Basin Audubon holds at
      Columbia Grain and Feed in Pasco each October. The prices are VERY good
      (this year 50 pounds of thistle for $39! - two years ago it was $72) and may
      well be worth the drive. In addition, the money goes to support education.
      It's definitely a win-win all around. See information below as posted on
      LCBirds2.

      Nancy LaFramboise
      Richland

      Lower Columbia Basin Audubon in cooperation with Columbia Grain and Feed
      will be hosting their annual Bird Seed Sale and Information Day. This is
      year NINE of this event but if you have not heard, this is your best
      opportunity for the best prices on bird feeding supplies.

      Who: YOU!
      What: Go shopping and stock up on all your bird feeding necessities. Ask
      about birds in your yard. Come visit with members of the Lower Columbia
      Basin Audubon.
      When: October 16, 2010, 9 am to 2 pm
      Where: Columbia Grain and Feed, 2001 W Lewis Street, Pasco WA
      More information (prices and order form): http://lcbas.org/

      You can check out the great prices on the web page and preorder with the
      order form if you wish (not required) to insure that what you want will be
      in stock. You do not have to attend on October 16, but please respect the
      effort that Columbia Grain & Feed does to hold this event and pick up your
      supplies close to this date. Mail in a form and let them know what you want
      and when you'll be in. Remember whenever you buy bird feeding supplies at
      Columbia Grain & Feed, mention making a donation to Audubon. It does not
      cost you anything but gives us the funding to present educational
      opportunities.

      Columbia Grain and Feed has been so generous for the past 8 years. Please
      support their generosity. Proceeds from this event fund the education
      program mostly through increasing the Audubon taxidermy collection. Our
      taxidermy collection has grown with the most recent pieces including a
      Greater Sage-Grouse, Cliff Swallow, Sage Thrasher, Savannah Sparrow, and
      Hermit Thrush. Upcoming pieces we hope to have funds for are Black-capped
      Chickadee, Red-breasted Nuthatch, California Gull, and Black-chinned
      Hummingbird. The taxidermy collection is on display at the McNary National
      Wildlife Education Center in Burbank. Make sure to visit. The Education
      Center holds events typically on the second Saturday of each month.

      Feel free to reply with any questions.




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