A Change in Our Membership
Although the membership dues are relatively low, they really make a difference in helping defray expenses of the finances behind our Audubon Society.
In an effort to stay current with our membership and mailing list, Great South Bay Audubon is going to be changing all membership due dates to February 1st. We will put a reminder in the newsletter to send in your dues. We realize that this may cause a little unrest with some people who paid their dues between August and January, feeling that they are getting gypped out of 6 months. If you must, just pro rate the dues by $7.50 or $10, depending on your membership. It will all even out by the following year.
Hopefully this will make our membership more consistent and more people will actually renew.
John Lennon’s “Imagine”, released in 1971, told of a supposed world full of peace with no absolute values or consequence. Today we continue to reach that goal in the Audubon Society against climate change.
Astrid Otero is a name that has come up several times over the years when you have been involved with Great South Bay Audubon.
Here we recap our June meeting with a visit from the Tackapausha Museum and Preserve, where we were able to see some of the wildlife they brought over.