Window on Nature
Our live speaker program
A new window, a new view on nature! 

When we return in September, our next Window on Nature (WoN) program will be at our new venue, the Natural History Institute on Marina Street, downtown Prescott.  As ever, we are happy to offer this event free to our entire community!  
See below for the upcoming program.
We want to offer our sincere appreciation to Trinity Presbyterian Church for hosting this Prescott Audubon program for years...decades, in fact.  We honor this partnership and the many, many wonderful WoN events held at Trinity Presbyterian's Grace Mitchell Hall.  For technical reasons, and because we see a bright future in our new partnership with the Natural History Institute, we are trying this new venue.  

Join Us On Thursday, September 28

"Meet Moonlight: Wildlife Rehab and Living with a Western Screech Owl"
presented by 
Tori Marshall
Tori is a Ranger at the Red Rock State Park in Sedona, where she leads walks, takes great photos, and shares the joy of birding with visitors at the park.   Tori also volunteers at a wildlife rehab center, where she helped rehabilitate Moonlight, a Western Screech Owl who has agreed to accompany Tori during her WoN program. 

Programs begin with a half-hour meet-and-greet at 6:30 PM. The talks begin at 7PM. Location:  Natural History Institute, 126 N Marina St, in Prescott.
Prescott Programs are free and open to the public.  You do need to register for a free "ticket", just click the button below.  

Can't make it on Thursday? Go to [email protected] to watch live. 

Recording of previous meetings can be found here:
Window on Nature-Prescott Audubon Society

Announcing Our New Partnership! 

Thanks to some good teamwork, we are merging our Window on Nature (WoN)  programs with all the great presentations offered through the Natural History Institute (NHI).  No doubt may of our PAS members have attended one or more of the excellent NHI programs as many are on topics we love --nature in all its aspects.  So PAS members will continue to get our WoN  programs and more, while NHI gets to enhance their program offerings through WoN.  

The NHI location is easy to find, downtown.  The venue is lovely.  (The chairs are still hard...oh, well!)  Our WoN programs are still free and open to all.  As mentioned above, registration will be required to get a "ticket" to the programs.    Just scroll up to the "Register Here" button, above. 

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