Choctawhatchee Audubon Society activities for September 2018

August 18, 2018

Sept. 6 Program: Black Bears in NW Florida: by Jordan Green, wild life biologist, Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission. NW Florida is fortunate to have over a million acres available to wild life especially bears. The downside is that frequent interactions between black bears often end badly for the bears. Green will address the ecology and distribution of black bears and offer insight on more effectively managing these interactions.

The program will be held in room 308/309 of the Student Services Building 400 at the Northwest Florida State College Niceville campus. Socializing begins at 6:30 PM and the program at 7:00 PM. Admission is free and open to the public. Contact Dave Clausen at (907) 321 3701 for more information. Please visit our website at and our Facebook page at Choctawhatchee Audubon.

Sept. 8 Birdwalk: Birding at Okaloosa County Holding Ponds. Join Malcolm Swam in a walk exploring the arrival of migrating ducks and waders at the species rich county holding ponds. Meet at the Pepito’s restaurant parking lot 1313 Lewis Turner Blvd at 7:30 AM. Wear closed toe shoes and bring a bottle of water. Contact Malcolm at (210) 343 9082 for more information. Please visit our website at