SOLF annual meeting: Talk on changes in Mass bird life; granting award to Rep. Dykema – May 27

Above: “Turkeys in Suburbia” and other local bird life changes will be the focus of a presentation at SOLF’s Annual Meeting. (Photo of the notorious Main Street turkeys by Nancy V)

Southborough Open Land Foundation is holding it’s annual meeting next week. Guest speaker Alexander Dunn from Mass Audubon will talk about “Turkeys in Suburbia and Other Changes in Massachusetts Bird Life.”

It’s a topic that should resonate with residents who have encountered wild turkeys in yards and streets all over town (especially the infamous Main Street pair). This meeting is free and open to the public.

SOLF_Annual meeting flyerThe meeting is also time for SOLF’s board to present it’s annual award:

The Elaine Beals Conservation Award is presented annually by SOLF at the annual meeting to a person who has worked to help protect the environment in Southborough and the region. This year SOLF is pleased to present the award to State Representative Carolyn Dykema.

The meeting takes place on Wednesday, May 27th at 7:00 pm at the Southborough Community House, 28 Main Street.

The program is supported by grants from the Southborough Community Fund and the Plourde Family Charitable Trust.

Click on flyer for details.

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Eileen Samberg
9 years ago

Hmm, Ron McAdow is speaking at the Library the same time. Going to be a tough choice. Congratulations to Carolyn Dykema though!

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