Chapter leaders and members are invited to join us on November 4th through 6th at Tenaya Lodge (pictured) at Yosemite for the 2016 Audubon Assembly! This will be an exciting opportunity for you to meet with chapter leaders and members from all over the state to enjoy birding the iconic sierra, explore conservation opportunities and practices, share…

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Children’s author and illustrator Janell Cannon teams up with Chef Amanda, creator of The Good Food Factory children’s healthy cooking show at the BVAS Nature Center on Saturday, October 15th at 1:00 p.m. Janell will read from her book Stellaluna, the story of a lost bat who finds her way home. Amanda will share her…

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BVAS Nature Guide and artist, Chris Clark and Paul Weber, aka ‘Dr Duck,’ enthralled a couple dozen kids yesterday at the Nature Center by leading two workshops on creating bird-themed art. Chris showed participants how to draw using a technique that engages the right brain. Paul helped older kids create a bird statue out of…

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BVAS held an opening reception last Friday to celebrate an exhibit of 30 metal bird sculptures made from local metalwork artist Paul Weber. Mr. Weber has been known in the North County art community for over a decade with his unique metal sculptures, including abstract work and bird sculptures. His work has been exhibited in…

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ENDANGERED SPECIES DAY OPEN HOUSE Saturday, May 21, 10 a.m.-3 p.m. The 2016 Endangered Species Day Open House at the Nature Center will be a time for the whole family to experience the wonders and joys of nature. Attractions will include live snakes and lizards as part of Eco-Vivarium’s traveling zoo, raptors from the Raptor…

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