[nFBMI-Talk] Fwd: Wildwood Ranch weekend

Fred Wurtzel f.wurtzel at att.net
Wed Feb 6 20:38:27 UTC 2019

Fred Wurtzel
Blind Scientists Live the Lives We Want

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> From: "Posont, Donna" <donnabutterfly50 at gmail.com>
> Date: February 6, 2019 at 11:36:50 AM EST
> To: <f.wurtzel at att.net>
> Subject: FW: Wildwood Ranch weekend
> Fred,
> Could you please put this on the list serve?
> I lost all my contacts and cannot get it to work.
> Thanks, Donna
> From: Posont, Donna <donnabutterfly50 at gmail.com> 
> Sent: Wednesday, February 6, 2019 11:19 AM
> To: nfbmi.talk at nfbnet.org
> Cc: donnabutterfly50 at gmail.com
> Subject: Wildwood Ranch weekend
> Hello Friends,
> This is the last notice to join us for the Great Backyard Bird Count at Wildwood Ranch. Registration closes this Friday, February 8, 2019 so please do not hesitate with your response to register. Contact Donna Posont Donnabutterfly50 at gmail.com to register.
> Thanks for your interest, Donna Posont
> Wildwood Ranch Weekend
> Great Backyard Bird Count
> Please join us for a wonderful weekend  which will include walking in the woods, wildlife education, collecting data for Citizen Science, and festive fun and fellowship for friends and families. We are staying at Wildwood Ranch at 4909 Brophy Rd in Howell, Michigan from Friday, February 15th 5:00 pm - Sunday, February 17th 1:00pm. Lodging will be provided in the Oakridge Lodge and six meals will be enjoyed in the dining hall. This weekend is oriented to include families and friends of people who are blind or visually impaired. If you have any questions please call:
> Donna Posont phone 313-220-8140                                                      email donnabutterfly50 at gmail.com
> We will meet in the basement of Oakridge Lodge for such program items as “Eating Like a Bird”, “Tracking the Turkeys”, Building birdhouses, Preparing Peanut butter products, and lots of games including Uno, Twister, and Bird Jeopardy.  Outside we will  record bird sounds for at least an hour on all three days. Then there is opportunity to gather around a roaring fire in the dining hall and eat s’mors and drink hot chocolate without the chill and with the marshmallows.
> This weekend event is a program of Birding by Ear and Beyond and will contribute to Cornell Lab of Ornithology by recording birds which we hear for Citizen Science. There is no charge for the weekend, but, donations are welcome.
> Reserve your space or your family’s space by emailing donnabutterfly50 at gmail.com. 

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