Annual Eastern Long Island Audubon Society Celebration Features Presentation From Norman Smith
Norman Smith has rehabilitated injured birds and triumphantly fostered over 1,000 orphaned owl and hawk chicks. (Photo: Ian H. Neilson)
The Eastern Long Island Audubon Society
(ELIAS) is hosting their annual dinner celebration on Wednesday, October 16. The evening will feature cocktails, dinner, a raffle and special presentation, "A Passion for Snowy Owls" by Norman Smith
, Director of the Blue Hills Trailside Museum and The Norman Smith Environmental Education Center in Milton, MA.
Smith has worked for the Massachusetts Audubon Society since 1974. During his studies, which span over 35 years, Smith has rehabilitated injured birds and triumphantly fostered over 1,000 orphaned owl and hawk chicks into adoptive nests.
Tickets are $50 per person.
For more information or reservations call Sally Newbert at 631-2816001 or Evelyn Voulgarelis at 631-727-0471. For more information about ELIAS visit easternlongislandaudubon.com.
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