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2022 Friends of a Feather ... Reimagined

Thursday, May 19, 2022 at the John James Audubon Center at Mill Grove
Broad-winged Hawk. Photo: Tom Skala

PLEASE JOIN US FOR OUR 2022 FRIENDS OF A FEATHER ... REIMAGINED!
RESERVE YOUR SPOT TODAY! 

Thursday, May 19, 2022
John James Audubon Center at Mill Grove
1201 Pawlings Road, Audubon, PA 19403
Honoring the McLean Family and Todd Pride for supporting conservation efforts in the Mid-Atlantic Region
5:30 PM Name that Tune! Birding by Ear (optional)
6:00 PM Cocktails and Abundant Hors D'Oeuvres on the Visitors Center Front Porch/Center Galleries Open
7:00 PM Program Awards and Live Auction in Open Air Pavilion
7:30 PM Dessert and Coffee
7:30 PM Owl Prowl at Dusk (optional)
 
 
 
Business Casual Attire: Walking shoes and binoculars recommended for optional tours
Legacy Award - The McLean Family
Anchored by Elizabeth and William L. McLean III (1927-2011), the McLean family has had a tremendous impact on the landscape and people of the Philadelphia region through The McLean Contributorship, which includes initiatives that celebrate and preserve nature. Since 1994, The Contributorship has invested in Audubon Pennsylvania's work. The most recent joint project, which reflects the family's commitment to the environment and animals, has been a new home for the John James Audubon Center's live Bird Ambassadors.
Conservation Achievement Award - Todd Pride
Since 2008, Todd's passion has been to introduce traditional outdoor recreation such as fishing, hunting, agriculture, and hands-on conservation to communities of color and introduce diversity and diverse communities to conservation organizations and the environmental sector. In 2020, Todd created Legacy Land and Water Partners, which works to preserve open spaces and places - including culturally significant environments such as land associated with the Underground Railroad - to advance his mission of connecting new audiences to outdoor activities. Through Mid-Atlantic Youth Anglers & Outdoor Partners, Todd has introduced more than 15,000 youth to fishing, hunting, and birding.
 

Ticket Levels

Broad-Winged Hawk: $15,000 16 tickets, recognition from the podium as a Leadership Sponsor
Tundra Swan: $10,000 16 tickets, recognition as a Partner Sponsor
Great Blue Heron: $5,000 14 tickets, recognition as an Event Sponsor
Atlantic Puffin: $2,500 10 tickets
Roseate Spoonbill: $1,000 4 tickets
Eastern Screech Owl: $250 1 ticket
Hummingbird (25 years old and younger): $100 1 ticket
Click here to purchase your tickets!
Proceeds will benefit Audubon Mid-Atlantic programs to protect the places birds and people need.
For more information: Wendy Christie: wendy.christie@audubon.org

How you can help, right now

Audubon Maryland-DC and Audubon Pennsylvania have joined forces to become Audubon Mid-Atlantic.