May/June 2016 Newsletter
Featured in this edition:
- Feeding the Spirit
- May 10 Program - History of Goose Pond
- Birdathon Looks to Guatemala
- Bird Walks and Field Trips
Birdathon 2015 - Another Record
Would it be possible to raise more than $38,000 to fund 10 grants for our most ambitious Birdathon yet? Yes, we could and we did! It took an army of donors, sponsors, fundraisers, and team members to do it but we got it done. Thanks to the army of volunteers and generous donors, Birdathon 2015 raised $38,680. Read about grants being funded and team results HERE.
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