The Audubon California Assembly, October 7-9, 2007, brings together
over 300 chapter leaders, birders, scientists, volunteers, grassroots
activists and staff for three days at Asilomar on Monterey Bay.
This year the Assembly will examine the problems of global warming
from a wildlife and ecosystem perspective, including presentations on
how changes in habitat linked to expected habitat changes will impact
California's bird species.
At the Asilomar Conference Grounds in Pacific Grove, participants will
have an opportunity to attend a variety of interactive workshops on
restoration, policy and education; and meet speakers emphasizing the
importance of effective conservation of California's birds, wildlife
and habitat. There will be a number of field trips, including a
pelagic trip on Monterey Bay and a California Condor trip. We'd like
to invite you to attend.
Registration Fees: $275.00 per person before July 9. Includes two
nights/three days, double occupancy; six meals; workshops. $325.00 per
person after July 9.
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