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PostPosted: Thu Feb 22, 2018 7:39 pm 
At the monthly meeting of the Southwestern New Mexico Audubon Society, Tony Godfrey will present a program titled "Birds, butterflies, and dragonflies of Southwest New Mexico: Where and when to find them.” The meeting will be at 7 PM on Friday, March 2nd at Harlan Hall on the campus of Western New Mexico University, corner of 12th and Alabama Streets.

Tony will discuss locations in Southwest New Mexico where you can find the widest variety of birds, butterflies, and dragonflies. Among the locations he will cover will be the mountains of the Pinos Altos Range and Black Range, the headwaters of the Gila River, Lake Roberts, and Dam Site Historic District in Elephant Butte. He will also talk about regional State Parks such as City of Rocks, Rock Hound, Elephant Butte Lake, Percha and Caballo State Parks.

Tony Godfrey was born and raised in Great Britain. He became hooked on birding in 1975 after a school visit to Lord Snowden's aviary at the London zoo. He immigrated to the United States in 1986 and has since lived in Georgia, Arizona, and New Mexico. As a former "twitcher," he has travelled to all seven continents in search of birds. He has now focused his attention on studying and photographing all forms of wildlife. He is a former member of the Arizona Bird Committee. He is currently the park technician at City of Rocks State Park near Faywood.

The presentation is free and the public is welcome. Light refreshments follow.

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Sara Boyett
Program Chair, Southwestern New Mexico Audubon Society
email—saraboyett48@gmail.com
phone—575-654-4892


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