Next week I’ll travel to New York to give a lecture at the American Museum of Natural History. I’m very honored to speak at such a fabulous center for the study and celebration of the natural world. Please consider attending if you live nearby. Or if you have friends and family in the area, I’d be very grateful if you could spread the word. The talk is at 6:30pm on Wednesday March 13th. Reservations are recommended.
In April I’ll be speaking at Trails and Trilliums, an event organized by the Friends of the South Cumberland. I’ll be giving a lecture and leading a couple of bird walks. The events are in the Monteagle Assembly, April 12-14th, with exact times to be announced on the event’s webpage. The event will also feature a native plant sale (with plants not dug from the wild!), an art show, guided walks and a reception. Please join us, if you can.
In closing, an early rue anemone, poking up despite the cold: