Speaker: Bryan MacKay
A Year Across Maryland: A Week-by-Week Guide
to Discovering Nature in the Chesapeake Region
His new book published by Johns Hopkins University Press
Join author Bryan MacKay on a journey through the natural year here in the Free State.When is the best time to see migrating hawks in the skies over Baltimore? Where might you go to see acres of native wildflowers in bloom? What's a good destination this weekend to experience nature in the Chesapeake region? Through photographs and words, Bryan will lead you on an enticing armchair tour of Maryland's biodiversity. Bryan has been a member of Chesapeake Audubon's Board of Directors for 35 years, and has led field trips to many destinations around the state. This talk is based on his newest book, "A Year Across Maryland," his third guidebook.Where: St. Bartholomew’s Episcopal Church,
4713 Edmondson Ave, Baltimore, MD
Cost: $10.00 per person for dinner and the program, $13.00 for a glass of
wine or a beer with dinner.
Reservations: Please send checks payable to The Chesapeake Audubon Society
PO Box 3173, Baltimore, MD 21228, or call (410)[masked] and leave a message
with your name, telephone number and number of people you will be bringing, and if
you prefer vegetarian chili. You can pay at the door.
Directions: Take Baltimore beltway to exit 15A (Rte. 40, Baltimore National Pike
east, towards Baltimore.) Take Rte. 40 about 2 miles, just past the convergence of
Route 40 and Edmondson Ave. The Church is on the right.
Please note: we ask that you reserve your meal ticket in advance. As always, walk-ins
are welcome, but we can’t guarantee there will be enough food for you.