NYC Audubon Holds its Annual Meeting
and Welcomes New Board Members
Annual Meeting and Conservation Update:
Tuesday, June 11, 6pm (Rescheduled from June 12)
Birds, horseshoe crabs... and refreshments! (What more can you ask?) NYC Audubon will hold its conservation program update and annual meeting on Tuesday, June 11, at 6pm, at the Central Park Arsenal. Join Executive Director Glenn Phillips and Director of Conservation Dr. Susan Elbin to learn about the research and conservation accomplishments of the past year, including findings from our Jamaica Bay program, Project Safe Flight, and Harbor Herons studies. Refreshments will be served. See more lecture details here.
NYC Audubon Welcomes Two New Board Members
We are pleased to announce the election of two new members to our board of directors, Jeffrey Kimball and Fredric Spar. Jeffrey, originally from Northern California, is a New York City-based filmmaker whose time birding in Central Park inspired him to make the HBO documentary, Birders: The Central Park Effect. Fredric, who grew up in Brooklyn, is the managing director of corporate communications consulting firm Kekst and Company. He is also chair of the Charles Rogers Wildlife Refuge in Princeton and on the board of Friends of Princeton Open Space.
*Banner photos courtesy of Francois Portmann and Kati Solomon
Pledge to "Be a Good Egg"
All Aboard to the Harbor Heron Islands!