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Space Coast Audubon Society

Serving Brevard County, Florida, and Florida's Space Coastoin



Join SCAS for our November 21 Meeting: 
A Journey Through Alaska: Birds, Wildlife, and Scenery



(Denali photo Dee Fairbanks Simpson)

Please join Space Coast Audubon Society on November 21 when Cameron Cox will be our speaker and will be presenting "A Journey Through Alaska: Birds, Wildlife and Scenery."

Cameron Cox has been an avid birder since the age of 13. Before working for several years on the Nikon and Leica Sport Optics Pro Staff, he spent his late teens and twenties traveling as a “bird bum” to all corners of North America, from southern Mexico to the Pribilof Islands in the Bering Sea. Birds led him repeatedly to Cape May, NJ, and it was while counting raptors and waterbirds he realized that identifying distant waterbirds on the wing was fun and challenging. This led to the inspiration to publish the “Peterson Reference Guide to Seawatching: Eastern Waterbirds in Flight” with Ken Behrens. Cameron currently leads birding and photography tours for Tropical Birding. Cameron will be bringing copies of his Peterson’s Guide to Seawatching book, for purchase, and will autograph them.

Come along as Cameron takes us on a journey to “The Last Frontier”. You will be astounded at the splendor, expansiveness and beauty of our 49th state. The birds and wildlife make it one of the most unforgettable places to visit in the United States. Touching on the frozen tundra of Barrow, the stunted taiga forest of Nome, the seabird cliffs of St Paul, the towering mountains of Denali, and the stunning glaciers of Kenai, this slide presentation will give you a small taste of Alaska! After viewing this presentation you’ll surely want to put Alaska on the top of your travel bucket list.

Note: Unless otherwise noted, all general meetings are held at 7:30 p.m. in Calvin Hall at the Rockledge Presbyterian Church, 921 Rockledge Drive (on the corner of Orange Ave) Rockledge, FL.


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