Bay County Audubon Society  
               P.O. Box 1182
                  Panama City, Florida  32402

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Events Calendar -    2016-17

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Membership meetings are held September through May on the second Monday of the month at 7:00 PM (unless noted otherwise) at the Science and Discovery Center of Northwest Florida (308 Airport Rd, Panama City, FL).   Dec 12 – Annual Christmas Party.  Bring your favorite holiday snack or non-alcoholic drink to share.  Holiday music will be provided by violin duo, Diane Houser and Connie Archer.  Wayne Garrett, from Bay Storytellers, will entertain us with a story.  We will also have our "White Elephant" gift exhange (Use your imagination).  Looking forward to seeing everyone, member or not.
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Friends of St. Joseph Bay Preserve

T shirts with our new logo are now available at our monthly membership meetings.

November 19- Laidlaw Preserve, Work & Play

Saturday, November 19 - Laidlaw Preserve Work Day and Access Day  We will meet at Porter Park by the boat ramp (Lynn Haven park by the south end of the Bailey Bridge) and depart at 7:30 am for arrival at the Laidlaw gate at 8:15am.  If anyone wants to meet us at the gate, plan accordingly so we can all enter and go through the locked gates at the same time.  This will be a day where you can walk around and explore, or you can spend some time clearing trails or working on a project.  We will plan on eating our packed lunches together at the pavillion and then we will depart by 2:00 pm.  Bring your own food and drinks.  Bring clippers, gloves, a broom or rake, or whatever you want for working.  Bring your cameras, binoculars, and boots if you want to just go exploring.  Call Neil Lamb (265-0646) if you have questions or need further information.  If the weather cooperates, we would like to work clearing the new trail that we call Al's Cut, so we will have a loop from Sundance Meadow around to Reed's Blind and back to our entry gate via Prothonotary Way.  Invite a friend and let's make it a well-attended and fun day.

December 17 - 117 th Christmas Bird Count & Dinner (See details on Chapter Projects page.

2016-17 BCAS Annual Program Info