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Geology, History and Birds of Hawaii

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  • Charlene
    Mendocino Coast Audubon Program Monday, November 15, 2010 7:00 pm Fort Bragg Town Hall Main and Laurel Streets, Fort Bragg The Sandwich Isles: The Geology,
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      Mendocino Coast Audubon Program

      Monday, November 15, 2010 7:00 pm

      Fort Bragg Town Hall

      Main and Laurel Streets, Fort Bragg



      The Sandwich Isles: The Geology, History, and Birds of Hawaii



      Bob Keiffer, Hopland based naturalist and photographer has long been
      interested in the unique features of the Hawaiian Islands . His interest in
      the history, the culture, the geology and the wildlife began during a trip
      to Maui in 2000. His visit in 2008 to Kauai is the basis for this
      presentation, which will not only feature a sweeping overview of the geology
      of Hawaii, but will include the evolution of the endangered endemic birds of
      the region. Adding in information about the Polynesian migration and this
      talk, illustrated with more than 120 photographs is bound to have us all
      making travel reservations. Audubon programs are open to the public at no
      charge. A donation to help offset the costs of these programs is welcomed.
      To join Mendocino Coast Audubon or to learn more go to
      www.mendocinocoastaudubon.org or call 937-4463







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