Eric Lind, the Director of Audubon New York’s Constitution Marsh Center and Sanctuary will be giving a talk about the Marsh at the Desmond-Fish Library, in the Program Room, on Sunday, Feb. 6 at 2:30 p.m. Lind oversees all aspects of sanctuary operations, including fundraising, education programs, and wetlands management. During Lind’s tenure at the Marsh (since 1993) he has helped the facility grow into a thriving center for education and advocacy in the Hudson River Valley, while maintaining it as a sensitive natural area. Lind’s professional highlights for Audubon include serving as an eco-tour program leader to Florida, Scotland, the Caribbean Sea, Venezuela and Canada.
Also giving a short presentation will be Conor Austin, the Philipstown Garden Club’s summer intern at the Marsh in 2010. Admission is free and refreshments will be served. The snow date is Feb. 13. For more information call 845-265-2601, or visit constitution.audubon.org.
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