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David Yarnold, President and CEO of National Audubon Society, recently shared two pieces of Audubon news with Audubon members.

"The first is an Audubon profile in The Wall Street Journal that talks about the importance of the flyways vision and how it?s attracting new resources to support our mission, including a seven-figure challenge match from well-known environmental philanthropist Robert W. Wilson and a six-figure gift from Skoll Global Threats Fund. Oh, and the story starts with a birding trip in Central Park: http://online.wsj.com/news/article_email/SB10001424052702304200804579163581750114624-lMyQjAxMTAzMDEwMTExNDEyWj

"And second, the Multilateral Investment Fund (MIF), a member of the Inter-American Development Bank Group, has just approved a $1.7 million investment to Audubon to help us create a 36-month, conservation-focused birding ecotourism partnership in the Americas, a significant step in furthering our reach and impact in the places where many of North America?s breeding birds spend the winters.

'Through the course of that project, we?ll build on partnerships with Latin American and Caribbean organizations, including Belize Audubon Society, Asociación Vivamos Mejor and Wildlife Conservation Society in Guatemala, Guyra Paraguay and the Bahamas National Trust, and we?ll leverage our network and Audubon magazine to engage communities and create sustainable jobs that contribute to protection of globally significant Important Bird Areas."

"We?re really excited about where Audubon and our partners are headed together."





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Sept 15-30  Join Highlands Plateau Audubon with a Hawk Watch on Whiteside Mountain. Call Brock Hutchins (828-787-1387) to get on his contact list for this walk. These walks are weather dependent. Come see this Fall Migration of various kinds of hawks.

Sat. Sept. 20 Join Highlands Plateau Audubon Society's annual "Charlie Davis Memorial" field trip to the Blue Ridge Parkway to see migrating birds and great views. Bring your lunch. Meet in the parking lot behind the Highlands Town Hall near the public restrooms at 7:00 am. This area is off Highway 64 in Highlands. For more information contact Brock Hutchins at 828-787-1387.
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