HAWAII AUDUBON SOCIETY
2019 ANNUAL MEETING & MEMBERS DINNER

HAS Annual Meeting & Members Dinner

When: Wednesday, October 30, 2019, 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Where: Waikiki Yacht Club, 1599 Ala Moana Blvd (at the Waikiki end of Ala Moana Park Drive) Free parking is available in public parking lots in Ala Moana Park or along Ala Moana Park Drive. 

Tickets: $45

Please join the Hawaii Audubon Society’s Board of Directors for a delicious buffet dinner, no-host cocktails, and raffle ticket sales followed by an intriguing presentation by biologist, geography professor, research associate, writer, and bird photographer Mark J. Rauzon: “The Legacy of the Pacific Project: The Secret Bio-Weapons Testing Program And the Role Seabirds Played in It”.

Mark's two books Isles of Amnesia: The History, Geography, and Restoration of America’s Forgotten Pacific Islands (about island conservation in the American tropical Pacific) and Isle of Refuge (narrates the author’s journey from Nihoa to Kure) will be sold at the event.

Advance ticket sales only. No tickets will be sold at the door.

Tickets available now!

The Waikiki Yacht Club is located at 1599 Ala Moana Blvd. Free parking is available in public parking lots in Ala Moana Park or along Ala Moana Park Drive.

This event is open to the public.

Our featured speaker: Mark J. Rauzon
Mark J. Rauzon is a geography professor at Laney College, Oakland, and biologist specializing in seabird conservation via vertebrate predator control and artificial habitat creation. He was recently Vice-Chair for Conservation of the Pacific Seabird Group, and a past Chair (1995). Mark is a research associate with Point Blue Conservation Science, working on San Francisco Bay cormorant issues. He is a bird photographer and writer, whose recent book Isles of Amnesia: The History, Geography, and Restoration of America’s Forgotten Pacific Islands, published by University of Hawaii in 2017, is about island conservation in the American tropical Pacific.