MENDOCINO AUDUBON PRESENTS "JAPAN IN WINTER: BIRDING IN THE LAND OF THE
In 2003, Rich Kuehn and Dean Schuler, after 4 months of language instruction
spent four weeks in Japan. Made up of four main islands - Honshu, Hokkaido,
Kyushu and Shikoku along with several thousand smaller ones, Japan stretches
1,900 miles. On Monday, April 17th, they will be presenting pictures and
videos of the people, the places and the wildlife they discovered on their
journey. As if the many species of Cranes, the Ural Owl and Snow Monkeys
won't be enough to entertain you, you can dine on Japanese food just prior
to the presentation. This program will be given at the Gualala Arts Center
at 7:00 p.m. The catered, pre-program dinner will begin at 6 p.m. and
reservations are required. The cost of the dinner and drinks is $25.00.
Attendance at the program only is $5.00 and may be paid at the door. For
further information and reservations, call Mendocino Coast Audubon Society
at 964-6362 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Deadline for reservations is April 3rd so call or write soon so you won't
miss this exciting program.
P.O. Box 332
Little River, CA 95456