Archive | October, 2013

Audubon Presentation Recap

On Monday, October 7th Havasi Wilderness Foundation presented at the Conejo Valley Audubon Society’s monthly meeting

 

Havasi Wilderness Foundation gave a presentation on the birdlife of Tanzania

Havasi Wilderness Foundation gave a presentation on the birdlife of Tanzania

 

On Monday, October 7, Sandor Havasi, our director, and his wife, Marilyn Fordney, assistant director were invited by the Conejo Valley Audubon Society (CVAS) to present one hour of DVDs of Tanzanian birds at their General Meeting. Earlier this year the Havasi’s took a trip to Africa and went on safari shooting still action photos and video. The title of their presentation was “Birds of Tanzania, Africa.”

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Caught in the Net

Our first guest blog showcases the work of Sarah Springer, a young aspiring marine biologist.

 sea lions on buoy

 

I remember being nine years old and watching a presentation from one of my classmates on career day. He stood in front of the classroom with his little shoebox diorama, a plastic diver hanging from the top with a piece of fishing wire, and he told us about marine biologists. That was the day I found out what I wanted to do with my life. From then on, I would borrow every book about fish I could find in the school library and devour the knowledge. It was like finding water in the desert.

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