Great Marshes and Great Migrations:
Protecting and Restoring Critical Bird Habitat in the Calumet Region
By Audubon Great Lakes Conservation Science Associate Stephanie Beilke
Wednesday September 20th
5:30 pm to 7:30 pm
At HI Hostel Chicago
24 East Congress Parkway
Chicago, Illinois 60605
For Local and International Audience
Flight and travel have never been this interesting until now.
Join The Out Our Front Door Organization and Audubon Great Lakes on an adventure from above as we view the natural spaces of Chicago and shift preconceived notions of interdunal wetlands into one for the continental future.
After, explore the region on your own or by group via foot bike or train on two oh so important days; Bike Your Park and Public land Day. If curiosity is at your heart then don’t miss this special presentation of Breaking Continents above the Sky: Discovering Chicago’s nature and beyond.
Hosted at Hi Chicago Hostel for the public and international stage. Presented by Audubon Great Lakes Conservation Science Associate Stephanie Beilke & The Out Our Front Door Organization: Ride Learn Explore.
Topics to be discussed:
If you thought you were a traveler then think again.
DRINKS & FOOD
Happy hour social begins at 5:30 pm
Presentation starts at 6:30 pm
Food & drink available for purchase.
Admission is free.
For food, attendees can buy an array of sandwiches and dinner plates downstairs at Cafecito. http://www.cafecitochicago.com/
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