Friday, January 27, 2012

Innis Point Bird Observatory 30th Anniversary Dinner

 Innis Point Bird Observatory 30th Anniversary Dinner and Silent Auction

February 28th 2012 @ 6PM
at the Marconi Centre, 1062 Baseline Rd.
Ottawa, ON

With a Special Guest Speaker


“Lovers, Killers, Hoarders and Thieves: the
Untold Story of Birds"

Michael has been an enthusiastic birdwatcher since the age of five. He
has worked as an interpretive naturalist in provincial and national parks,
conducted biological surveys across Ontario, hosted an international
television series Wild by Nature, published 10 books on natural history
(the latest is titled Natural History), written more than 1,000 newspaper
and magazine natural history articles, and currently teaches Natural
History and Ornithology at Carleton University. Through the years,
Michael has received numerous awards including the Council of Canadian
University Biology Chairs Public Science Education Award, and the
Carleton University Lifetime Achievement Award.
Tickets: $40 (or $300 for an eight‐person table)
Cash Bar
Free Parking
Purchase tickets by February 18.
No tickets sold at the door.
For tickets call/email: 613‐725‐2362,
For more details and updates, check out our Facebook page:

Founded in 1982 as the Ottawa
Banding Group, the Innis Point Bird
Observatory (IPBO) is located along
the Ottawa River, near Shirley's Bay,
in Ontario, Canada (just 16 km west
of Parliament). IPBO is a registered
Canadian charity dedicated to the
study of birds and natural history.
IPBO members/volunteers participate
in projects year-round at Innis Point
and Ottawa area.

• Spring Migration Monitoring
Program (SMMP)
• Monitoring Aviation Productivity
and Survivorship (MAPS)
• Bluebird Trail
• Tree Swallow Nesting Boxes
• Purple Martin Colony
• Winter Bird Feeders
• Osprey Nesting Platforms
• Northern Saw-whet Owl Banding
• Snow Bunting Banding
• Butterfly Garden
IPBO is a member of the Canadian
Migration Monitoring Network: IPBO

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