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Plumas Audubon Society hosts speaker program

Join Plumas Audubon Society for its final Speaker Program of the year on Wednesday, Dec. 14 at 6 p.m. at the Quincy Library. The program will also be available via zoom: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/5948239658

Meeting ID: 594 823 9658

The program is titled: “How the Year Flew By” and will be hosted by Plumas Audubon’s very own, Liz Ramsey.

Ramsey is Plumas Audubon Society’s Operations Director. In her role she oversees the organization’s wildlife and education projects and outreach efforts. She is a Feather River College and Cal Poly Humboldt Alumni with her Bachelors in Environmental Studies, emphasizing in Ecology & Conservation. Liz moved from her hometown in Michigan to Plumas County in 2017 and hopes to continue living and working in the Upper Feather River Watershed as long as she can.

Plumas Audubon Society says it has has had an amazing year working in the Upper Feather River Watershed: “From working with youth around the county, to monitoring Grebes at Lake Almanor and Sierra Nevada yellow-legged frogs and Quaking Aspen near Antelope Lake, our work with our community, wildlife species, and their habitats has been insightful, full of challenges and opportunities to learn, and overall, inspiring! Attend this presentation to learn about our successes throughout 2022 and our plans for 2023!”


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