March for Science with Seattle Audubon

Apr 22
Hosted by:Seattle Audubon Society
When:
April 22, 2017 at 10:00am to
Where:
Cal Anderson Park map 1635 11th Ave Seattle, WA 98122
Contact:

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March for Science with Seattle Audubon

Meeting Place: The Northeast corner of Cal Anderson Park (intersection of 11th Ave and E Denny Way)

When: Saturday, April 22, 2017

10:00am Rally

11:00am Speaker presentations

Noon      March steps-off from Cal Anderson Park

Route: Cal Anderson Park to the International Fountain at the Seattle Center. The march will be about 2.8 miles long with a significant portion downhill

Contact: nadineyh@seattleaudubon.org

 

Seattle Audubon will be participating in the March for Science on Saturday April 22nd, and you’re invited!

The March for Science is on Earth Day, which is the perfect opportunity to highlight the ways that science can help us protect our planet and our birds. Please join us as we celebrate the discoveries that give us cleaner water, cleaner air, and healthier ecosystems for birds and nature.

Join us at the march with your positive, pro-science signs, and any Seattle Audubon gear you choose to wear. March with us for as long as you choose.

Seattle Audubon is also hosting a Sign-Making Party beforehand: Thursday, April 20, 2017 from 4-6PM at Seattle Audubon. RSVP for the sign-making party on Facebook.

 

Why is Seattle Audubon joining the March for Science?

Seattle Audubon relies on quality, peer-reviewed science to make informed decisions for birds, nature, and our community. Scientific inquiry is essential to our mission, and important to many of our members, volunteers, and community-members.

  • Our work to protect endangered species and restore natural spaces in and around Seattle depends on up-to-date, accurate, scientific information.
  • Science is the foundation of our environmental education programs, including Nature Camp, classes, and our Master Birder course.
  • We engage hundreds of volunteers in our own citizen science projects every year.

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