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November 14, 2022 @ 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

Conservation Education Director Denny Olson will be the guest speaker at the FAS November 14, 2022 monthly meeting at 7 PM in the Gateway West Meeting Room. In Denny’s checkered past, he has performed alter-egos Critterman,  Doc Wild, Professor Avian Guano, The Lost Voyageur, Dr. Loonacy and the Mad Herbalist well over 3000 times in 49 states, has trained hundreds of teachers and nature interpreters in storytelling, published 5 books on the relationships between humans and the rest of nature, presented 99 keynotes at conferences, 19 college presentations, and 50 special event presentations. He “got around a bit” before saying bye-bye to work travel and settling into his all-time favorite role as Flathead Audubon’s Conservation Educator. Since he remains immature (and proud!), he has taken that energy into expanding chance to find out. This will be an interactive evening, where YOU have permission to get out of passive chairs and be a kid again!

The hybrid meetings seem to be working well,so we’re going to stick with the mixed method for our November 14 Meeting. For those coming to the meeting, we’ll meet in Room 26 of the Gateway Mall (United Way building) at 7 PM. This room is on the east side of the building along Glenwood Rd in Kalispell. Look for our banner hanging outside.
For those joining virtually, use the link below to join the meeting. You should eventually be let into a “waiting room” where you will then be added to the meeting by the host. Please sign in with your name when you enter the room so we know to admit you. You will be muted when you first join the meeting. You can use your computer’s microphone and speakers
(most computers have both, whether you see them or not), and this is the preferred way to join. You can also get an audio connection to themeeting without the Zoom visual capability by using the phone number and passcode.

For information  on how to join the Zoom meeting, email info@flatheadaudubon.org.


November 14, 2022
7:00 PM - 8:30 PM