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Help Whidbey Audubon mark its 25th anniversary

Cheryl and Bill Bradkin scope out the birds at Keytone. The Bradkins are active Audubon members who often lead the popular birding field trips organizaed by Whidbey Audubon. - Cynthia Woolbright/Whidbey News-Times
Cheryl and Bill Bradkin scope out the birds at Keytone. The Bradkins are active Audubon members who often lead the popular birding field trips organizaed by Whidbey Audubon.
— image credit: Cynthia Woolbright/Whidbey News-Times

The public is invited to the Coupeville Rec Hall the evening of April 10 to join Whidbey Audubon members for their 25th anniversary celebration. The evening features a student art show at 6 p.m., refreshments, cake, and meeting the founding members at 6:45 p.m., and program at 7:15 p.m.. Program includes a presentation, “Wings and Tales” by members Steve and Martha Ellis, about the birds of Whidbey Island.

To learn more about Whidbey Audubon and get a guide to 15 special spots to spot birds on Whidbey, visit www.whidbeyaudubon.org.

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