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Grand Rapids Audubon Club’s Ranger Steve (Mueller)Presenting: Wilderness — Unique Treasure

Ranger Steve

By Ranger Steve Mueller

Date: Monday, January 31, 2022

Time: 7:00 PM social; 7:30 PM program

Location: John Donnelly Conference Center, Aquinas College, 157 Woodward Lane SE (between Fulton Street and Robinson Road) Parking is available in Lots “S” and “T” off Woodward Ln.
The Center entrance is on the north side of the building.
OR virtually via ZOOM (see instructions below)

Based on the writing of Aldo Leopold’s Sand County Almanac, the importance and values for protecting wilderness remnants for recreation, science, and wildlife will be illustrated with pictures of one of Americas most unique and fragile, ecosystems. The life and majesty of American Red Rock Wilderness of Southern Utah will be visited through prose and poetry by well-known authors and will include original poetry by Ranger Steve. The region supports California Condors, Peregrine Falcons, Lazuli buntings, and a rich biodiversity including the rare Nokomis Fritillary. The program weaves science, emotion, and reason to support the American Red Rock Wilderness Act before Congress. The program will touch mind, body, and soul.

People will have the option of attending in person at the Donnelly Center or joining the meeting virtually via ZOOM. Those who choose to attend in person, please follow the COVID-19 protocols listed below. There will be no refreshments served before the meeting. To attend via Zoom, follow the directions below. For those unable to attend, a YouTube video of the meeting is usually available on the GRAC website the day following the meeting.

Details for using the Zoom meeting option below.

Step #1: Go to https://tinyurl.com/mrf2u2dn

Step #2: Enter meeting ID: 853 0438 0380

Step #3: Enter passcode: 962909

Meeting Requirements

We will be holding our in-person membership meetings at the Donnelly Center on the Aquinas College campus with the following protocols.

(1) Regardless of vaccination status attendees will be required to properly wear a mask covering the nose and mouth while indoors.

(2) Social distancing is required for all members outside a personal household. This applies regardless of vaccination status.

(3) Attendees will be asked to provide name and contact information in the event contact tracing is required.

Natural history questions or topic suggestions can be directed to Ranger Steve (Mueller) at odybrook@chartermi.net – Ody Brook Nature Sanctuary, 13010 Northland Dr. Cedar Springs, MI 49319 or call 616-696-1753.

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