Smoky Hills Audubon Society Presents Cynthia Woodard
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Posted on September 18, 2013
Cynthia Woodard, Education and Volunteer Coordinator at Rolling Hills Zoo, will present “Splashing with the Dolphins” at Kansas Wesleyan University on Thursday, September 19. Woodard’s presentation is part of the Smoky Hills Audubon Society’s speaker series.
Woodard spent two and a half years at the Dolphin Research Center in Marathon, Fla., and continues to be passionate about the subject, even after returning home to Lindsborg.
The Smoky Hills Audubon Society has been supporting nature education and conservation since 1975 and their largest effort over the last 25 years has been protecting and developing the Smoky Hills Audubon Society Sanctuary near Salina. The group serves eight counties. Volunteers participate in environmental advocacy, clean-up projects, the nationally recognized Christmas Bird Counts, Earth Day projects, classroom educational programs and a variety of other activities that support the mission.
The free presentation will be in room 203 of the Hauptli Student Activities Center at Kansas Wesleyan University. A pre-event social will begin at 7 p.m. followed by Woodward’s presentation at 7:30 p.m. For more information, contact Marge Streckfus at 785.825.7889.