|Last year's Birdathon Awards Celebration
Birdathon Awards Celebration
Saturday, May 13
Tickets start at $35 and are sliding scale… any amount over $25 is tax-deductible. If you raised over $500 for Birdathon, please attend as our complimentary guest. (But you still need to sign up online!) Registration deadline is May 2nd.
For photos of last year’s celebration, see goldengateaudubon.org/donate/birdathon-2017/awards-celebration/.
Are you available to help out as a volunteer? Email Ilana at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Mitch Youngman (email@example.com) and Bonnie Brown (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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