MEMBERS WE NEED YOUR PARTICIPATION FOR THE 7PM, THURSDAY, MAY 27, ZOOM MEMBERSHIP MEETING LINK.
Meeting ID: 870 2014 1278 & Passcode: 991365
Please plan on attending to ensures the democratic continuity of FMWAS’ elected leadership. The Program will be the Premiere of the grant-funded, Community Outreach Video, “Francis M. Weston, Native Trees & Plants for Native & Migratory Birds at Bruce Beach.”
We lived in the central African country of Malawi for six years from 1996 to 2002, three years of which Steve worked for Dwangwa Sugar Ltd, on the banks of Lake Malawi. One long weekend in September 1998 we drove to South Luangwa National Park in Zambia. …more
Speaking of Bruce Beach, Francis M. Weston Audubon Society has an opportunity at Bruce Beach to join the Tanyard Community, as a brother or sister. The myth that Communities
It was an uneventful mid-November day in 1992. The phone call came from my friend Paul who lived in northern Georgia. A Crescent-chested Warbler, a real mega-tick that strayed from Mexico had been found at Patagonia in SE Arizona.
Share Your Photos with FMWAS. Submit your photos to the FMWAS Website and Technology Committee Chair. Photos will be protected by FMWAS copyright, but by submitting your photos you agree to allow FMWAS to use them in perpetuity or until you revoke FMWAS’ permission in writing.”