The Tallahassee Scientific Society is presenting a series of lectures February through May, 2012. Two of the lectures, in particular, will be of interest to Audubon members. A presentation by Joe Hutto on "his life as a turkey" and a presentation by Janisse Ray, a naturalist author and past member of Apalachee Audubon.
The complete schedule is as follows:
"The State of the Space Industry in Florida"Presenter:
FRANK DIBELLO, President, Florida Space Institute
"Run Silent, Run Deep: "New Life on WWII Shipwrecks in the Gulf of Mexico"
Presenter: THOMAS SHIRLEY, Ph.D., Texas A&M University
"My Life as a Turkey: One Man's Study of Nature & Nurture in the Wilds of Sopchoppy"
Presenter: JOE HUTTO, naturalist, author, Illumination in the Flatwoods
"The Ecology of Southern Nature"
Presenter: JANISSE RAY, naturalist, author, The Ecology of a Cracker Childhood
You can obtain more detailed in formation at the Tallahassee Scientific Society web site and sign up online to order tickets at www.tallysci.org. Tickets may be purchased for all lectures or for individual lectures.