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Subject:Oct. 9th Duke Lecture: Jim Gilbert, birds and conservation
From:linda whyte <[log in to unmask]>
Reply-To:linda whyte <[log in to unmask]>
Date:Fri, 2 Oct 2009 07:53:16 -0500
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Join us, Friday, October 9, 2009 at 4:00 p.m., in the Ben Pomeroy
Student Alumni Learning Center Room 215W, on the St Paul U of M
campus, for an amazing afternoon with gifted author and nature
photographer, Jim Gilbert.  There will be a reception and an
opportunity to meet some of The Raptor Center’s education birds
afterwards.  This event is FREE and open to the public.



Jim is a consulting naturalist for WCCO radio, and has written“Jim
Gilbert's Nature Notebook” and "Through Minnesota's Seasons with Jim
Gilbert."  Jim will share his many experiences and inspired passion on
birds and conservation – topics most befitting the mission of the Duke
Lectureship Series.



Please help us plan ahead by sending an RSVP to this link:

https://cc.ahc.umn.edu/ustar/vce/register_event.cfm?event_id=5031.

  Teachers will also receive 1 credit for Continuing Education by
registering here.

(*Note* In the first step, select Homecoming 2009. In the second step,
the Duke Lecture with Jim Gilbert will be an option. Please continue
to follow the online directions.)



The Duke Lectureship Series began in 2006 by Dr. William H. and Mary
E. Holleman, lifelong friends of Dr. Gary Duke, co-founder of The
Raptor Center.  The Hollemans’ gift to establish a lectureship
endowment fund pays tribute to Dr. Duke’s work and legacy at the
University of Minnesota and The Raptor Center. An annual lecture
hosted by The Raptor Center features speakers on the topic of avian
medicine, avian conservation, and other pertinent avian topics.

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