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Early-Bird Assembly Ticket
This ticket allows you access to all field trips, events, learning sessions, speakers, and meals at the 2013 Audubon Assembly. (LIMITED QUANTITY AVAILABLE)
N/ASales ended 10-18-2013 08:00PM
Full Assembly Ticket - Late Registration Fee
This ticket allows you access to all field trips, events, learning sessions, speakers, and meals at the 2013 Audubon Assembly.
N/ASales ended 10-26-2013 12:00PM
Friday Evening Banquet Ticket ONLY
This ticket enables you to attend our Friday, October 25, evening banquet celebration featuring a keynote presentation from Dr. Reed Bowman of the Archbold Biological Station. Join us early to meet with friends and network with other conservation leaders at the cash bar cocktail hour, starting at 6:30pm. This ticket NOT NEEDED if you purchased the early-bird or full assembly ticket.
The 2013 Audubon Assembly is a celebration of the people who put their "boots on the ground" for conservation. Get inspired and get involved in citizen science, habitat stewardship, and grassroots advocacy. Audubon is proud to announce that JayWatch co-founder Dr. Reed Bowman, of Archbold Biological Station, will deliver a special keynote presentation during the Friday evening banquet celebration!
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The 2013 Audubon Assembly is designed to inspire you to get your boots on the ground. Our signature conservation event brings together representatives of Audubon’s 35,000 members and 44 chapters with conservation leaders, scientists, educators and policy makers. Through nature-inspired walking workshops, inspiring speakers and thought-provoking learning sessions, Audubon plans to join together people of all ages and backgrounds in our common interest of protecting Florida's remarkable natural resources.
Assembly 2013 Schedule: http://fl.audubon.org/audubon-assembly-2013-schedule
Information on keynote speakers, special presentations, and more will be revealed in coming weeks. For the very latest, see the official Audubon Assembly website: http://fl.audubon.org/audubon-assembly-2013-boots-ground. Also, be sure to follow us on Facebook and Twitter.
The evening banquet at the Audubon Assembly is always the can't-miss event of the weekend. This year will be no different. Audubon is proud to announce that Dr. Reed Bowman, Director of the Avian Ecology Program at Florida's celebrated Archbold Biological Station, will be the keynote speaker! Reserve your tickets right now to ensure you don't miss this wonderful opportunity to be part of Dr. Bowman's presentation, "Citizen Science, JayWatch, and the Pursuit of Successful Conservation Strategies."
Beforehand, enjoy our cash bar cocktail hour to meet with friends old and new and network with conservation leaders from around Florida.
This year's field trips will take you to some of the most beautiful places in Pinellas County: Honeymoon Island, Brooker Creek Preserve, Anclote Gulf Park, Wall Springs Park - and much, much more! For the full list of field trips and descriptions, please visit: http://fl.audubon.org/field-trips-2.
This year's Audubon Assembly is focusing on the network of grassroots conservationists who are out in the field making a difference for Florida's environment. After our kick-off lunch on Friday, you will have the opportunity to participate in three different breakout sessions. Each session will run twice, so you will have an opportunity to experience two in its entirety. Our Citizen Science leaders are working hard to put together programs that will engage and inspire you. Each session will feature cutting-edge scientists, biologists, conservationists, and leaders from across Florida. Stay tuned for the latest information as it becomes available.
Saturday Learning Sessions:
Enjoy morning field trips with staff and friends.
This year's Assembly will be held in Palm Harbor at the beautiful Innisbrook hotel, only minutes from some very exciting options for our not-to-be-missed morning excursions! (more information will be available as we get closer to the event date). The hotel is located about a half hour from downtown Tampa.
Assembly officially begins Friday morning, October 25, and runs until 2 pm on Saturday, October 26.
YOU MUST BOOK YOUR HOTEL ROOM SEPERATELY: Call 1-800-492-6899 (mention you are with Audubon Florida) and book by October 3 to reserve your group rate room! Group rate is $129 a night.
Check this page often for the latest on what is sure to be the best Assembly yet!
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