Feb 26 2016 (All day) - Feb 28 2016 (All day)
Join Audubon chapter members from around the Southwest for a weekend of birding, conversation and fun! Explore ideas for meaningful chapter engagement to deepen Audubon’s impact in your local communities and learn from each other to strengthen the Southwest’s conservation network.
WHEN: February 26-28, 2016
WHERE: Saguaro Lake Ranch, outside Mesa, AZ: www.saguarolakeranch.com
Registration opens Dec. 1: $60.00 by January 12, 2016, or $75.00 after Jan. 12th
Accommodations: twos, threes and fours in cabins; “rustic” Western, with all amenities. Common dining and activity rooms. Overflow accommodations in Fountain Hills, AZ.
Costs: $185.04 includes some meals, taxes and 15% gratuities. The event is two overnights. Meals included: Friday dinner, Saturday night steak dinner, box lunch for Sunday’s presumed return trip. Note, there will be a Saturday day rate charged for Ranch meals.
Birding: The Ranch is situated on the Salt River, which runs freely below the Saguaro Lake Dam and Lake; birding in February will include many wintering ducks and birds as well as the resident Sonoran Desert species. We will have bird walks scheduled all days.
The keynote for Saturday’s dinner is Audubon President David Yarnold, who will share how Audubon is working to further engage our Chapters.
The Ranch is situated on the Salt River, which runs below the Saguaro Lake Dam and Lake; birding in February will include many wintering ducks and birds as well as the resident Sonoran Desert species.
Please contact Julie Weinstein at firstname.lastname@example.org or (505) 983-4609 x22 with any questions.