2001-2002 Program Schedule
September 18, Tuesday
"Traveling with Audubon" by Don Simons, Arkansas
State Parks Interpreter. Don's program will combine living history with modern
technology to relate a flatboat trip with John James Audubon, down the
Mississippi River in 1820.
October 16, Tuesday
"Back to the Wild - Wildlife Rehabilitation" by
Kathy and Gary Siftar. They will share their experiences as licensed wildlife
rehabilitators whose animal experiences have included taking a non-releasable
Bald Eagle to the Zuni Reservation in New Mexico.
November 20, Tuesday
"The Mystery of Make Believe and Memories" by
Lynda Fritts, staff naturalist at Oxley Nature Center. As a member of Lynda's
audience, together we will visit special places and times through the magic of
December 18, Tuesday
"Annual Show and Tell Christmas Party." Attendees
are invited to bring up to 10 of their favorite slides on any subject of general
interest, to share with the group. Carol Eames, 446-2720, will coordinate the
show. We will all bring Christmas goodies to share after the meeting.
January 15, Tuesday
"Once Upon a Time in Africa" by Carol Eames. Carol
is currently Vice-President of Tulsa Audubon and she invites you to enjoy a
safari in Tanzania and Kenya, home to incredible numbers and variety of African
February 19, Tueday
"Barn Owls in Oklahoma" by Samuel Smith. Samuel,
an awardee of our Audubon Camp scholarship and a student of Collinsville biology
teacher, Paul Wilson, will share his experiences placing and monitoring Barn Owl
boxes in Oklahoma.
March 19, Tuesday
"Butterflies of Oklahoma" by Jim Thayer. Mr. Thayer is a butterfly enthusiast. He will show slides of moths and butterflies that we
find in our area and share some local butterfly "hot spots."
April 16, Tuesday
"Oklahoma Wildflowers" by Charles S. Lewallen,
author of 'Oklahoma Wildflowers'
website. Mr. Lewallen will share his
outstanding digital images of Oklahoma wildflowers, many with surprise visitors
such as birds and insects.
May 21, Tuesday
"Birding in Australia" by Jeri McMahon. Jeri is a
member of the Indian Nations Audubon Society Chapter in Muskogee and she has
birded all seven continents. She will give a slide presentation of her latest
trip, a birding adventure in Australia.