Wake Audubon Society Evening Meeting: free and open to the public
Location: NATURE RESEARCH CENTER (North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences), 121 W Jones St, Raleigh, NC 27603
Enter doors near the giant Earth globe. Proceed to the fourth floor meeting room via the elevators. Arrive between 7:15 and 7:30; the museum is closed after 5 pm and it is difficult to get in after 7:35 pm.
(Location is subject to change*)
Tuesday, SEPTEMBER 10, 2019: 7:15-9:30 PM
PROGRAM: URBAN WILDLIFE ENCOUNTERS
Close Encounters of the Wildlife Kind: Mapping Human-Wildlife Interactions in North Carolina
The NC Wildlife Resources Commission fields complaints about wildlife from the general public that fall under the realm of “urban wildlife conflicts.” WRC extension wildlife biologist Falyn Owens will describe some of the ways animals invite themselves into our lives and onto our properties. We’ll learn how the WRC uses big data to better understand these interactions and improve outreach efforts, and how to be more savvy at coexisting with NC wildlife.
Wake Audubon Meeting, second Tuesday of the month, at 7:15 pm to about 9:15 pm.
Parking is free in the lots and streets after 5 pm.
Questions? Contact Erla Beegle ( [masked] or[masked]) or Wake Audubon Chapter President Colleen Bockhahn ([masked])
We hope you will help us by joining Wake Audubon and National Audubon!
Member fees are just $20 per year.
*Please note that at times we have to move to a different floor for the meeting due to another group reserving the room, or we move to the older wing of the Museum (different entrance). We will update this calendar if this happens, and we will post a sign so you can find us. Check wakeaudubon.org calendar for updates.