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Wake Audubon Meeting: The Dark Side: Nocturnal Fishes

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  • Nature Research Center at NC Museum of Science

    121 W Jones St, Raleigh, NC 27601, Raleigh, NC (map)

    35.782597 -78.640816

  • 121 West Jones Street, Nature Research Center of NC Museum of Natural Sciences. Enter doors near the giant Earth globe. Go to the 4th floor of the Nature Research Center. Be on time; the museum is closed after 5 pm
  • Wake Audubon Meeting: Descending to the Dark Side: The Lives of Nocturnal Fishes
    Tuesday, December 11, 2016, 7:30 pm (please arrive between 7:10 and 7:35 to gain entrance to the closed museum). Location is Nature Research Center of NCSM, 121 West Jones Street; enter via main doors near the Daily Planet Globe)

    The ocean depths have been called Earth's final frontier. You won't believe what goes on down there at night! Join Alex Dornburg, curator of fishes at the NC Museum of Natural Sciences, for a look at the remarkable lives of reef and deep-sea fishes in both the Atlantic and Pacific oceans.
    Tuesday, December 13, 2016,  7:30 pm  (Arrive before 7:35)

    Location: Nature Research Center, 121 West Jones St., Raleigh, NC (fourth floor Environmental Conference Center)

    Wake Audubon Society Monthly Meetings are free and open to the public. We meet on the second Tuesday of each month at 7:30 pm (with a few exceptions for holidays).. Come meet fellow members as we discuss environmental issues, bird sightings, and ways to volunteer. The short business meeting is followed by a scientific program on conservation issues. We will have Brown-headed Nuthatch nestboxes for sale ($15 cash or check).

    Refreshments will be served after the presentation.

    Location: Nature Research Center (new building of the NC Museum of Natural Sciences), 121 West Jones Street, Raleigh, NC. Enter doors near giant Earth globe. Take elevator or stairs to fourth floor to the "William G. Ross, Jr" Environmental Conference Center. Meeting location may change so check online for updates. Meetings are free and open to the public. The museum is usually CLOSED after 5 pm on Tuesdays, so be sure to arrive for this meeting between 7:10 and 7:35 pm in order to be allowed access.


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  • Lisa P.

    Hi Erla, this is another shot at fellowship and edification Lord willing. We love to see you and the others at the Audubon Society. Please say a prayer that I can make it despite medical complications. Blessings.

    2 days ago

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    Wake Audubon is great for those who want to learn about the environment. We offer... more

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    I used to recognize birds fairly well, but I've let my birding skills lapse. ... more

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