Venice Audubon Center Screening
4002 S Tamiami Trl
Venice, FL 34293
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The Venice Area Audubon Society will host a free screening of The Lost Bird Project at their monthly meeting on Tuesday, September 23rd.
Meetings are open to the whole community, not only members. The meeting begins at 6:00pm, and the screening of the film will start around 7:15pm.
Venice Audubon Center
4002 S. Tamiami Trail (at Annex Road)
Venice, Florida 34293
Directions: Turn off of U.S. 41 (Tamiami Trail) onto Annex Road located behind the R. L. Anderson Administration Building. Continue on Annex Road and you will see the Venice Audubon Center on your right.Call: 941-496-8984
Website address: www.veniceaudubon.org
ABOUT VENICE AREA AUDUBON SOCIETY
The Venice Area Audubon Society (VAAS), a chapter of the National Audubon, serves Venice, Nokomis, Osprey, North Port, and Englewood, Florida. Founded in 1965 with a mission to promote interest in wildlife and foster the cause of conservation with an emphasis on birds and their habitat, VAAS sponsors birding field trips and walks, bird censuses, Christmas Bird Counts, and Sarasota County school education projects.
Venice area bird news and conservation efforts are described in five issues of the VAAS newsletter Wings & Things each year. Free evening programs held monthly at the Venice Audubon Center from September through May feature prominent birders, nature photographers, and environmental activists. VAAS supplies speakers for neighborhood community programs and works cooperatively with both local and national environmental advocacy groups.