The Black Hills Audubon Society invites you to our 2018 Annual Fundraising Dinner
With guest John Marzluff, PhD, University of Washington
John Marzluff studies how humans affect birds through habitat fragmentation and increased urbanization, as well as the challenges of conserving birds on islands. He focuses primarily on corvids—ravens, crows, and jays—but he has also worked with falcons and hawks throughout the world. Conversely, he is also interested in all the ways that birds affect people—how, for instance, birds influence art, or language.
4:30 PM: Social time, cash bar and sale/raffle perusal
5:30 PM: Catered dinner begins
All proceeds from the sale help support BHAS education and conservation programs.
Please note: We are able to accept only cash or checks for any purchases at the Annual Dinner sale event.
Chicken and salmon come with roasted garlic mashed potatoes, seasonal vegetables, and salad. Vegan entrée comes with mushrooms, rice, lentils, roasted peppers and brussel sprouts. Complementary dessert, tea and coffee will be available.
When purchasing your tickets, please select your entree preference for each guest.