Plant, Bird, and Photography IRKPA workshops 2017

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Plant, Bird, and Photography IRKPA workshops 2017

Post by Keweenaw » Sat Jan 21, 2017 9:35 pm

3 NEW (4 total) workshops offered by IRKPA this summer.

Registration is now open for:

Botany workshop (June 5-10): Year #13 for this Island workshop (Rock Harbor area)
Field Ornithology workshop (June 13-17): NEW to 2017 (Rock Harbor area).
Keweenaw Botany workshop (July 25-27): NEW to 2017 (Copper Harbor area, Michigan's Keweenaw Peninsula)

Click on: http://irkpa.org/get-involved/workshops for details about the workshops and how to register.

Registration will start soon for another NEW Island workshop:

Isle Royale Night Sky Photography workshop (August 25-30).
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Re: Plant, Bird, and Photography IRKPA workshops 2017

Post by Keweenaw » Tue Jan 31, 2017 8:34 pm

Changed up the subject line to give more info. Be sure to sign up ASAP if you are interested in any of these workshops as they can fill up fast. Any profits go to IRKPA to help our parks; it looks like they may need lots of help over the next few years.
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Re: Plant, Bird, and Photography IRKPA workshops 2017

Post by Zach » Wed Feb 01, 2017 5:20 pm

Hello,

Next June, I will be leading a Field Ornithology and birding workshop at Isle Royale National Park, sponsored by the Isle Royale and Keweenaw Parks Association (IRKPA). I very much appreciate your help in spreading the word about this outing! If you would like to find out more, visit http://irkpa.org/get-involved/workshops, or don't hesitate to contact me directly (zachgayk@gmail.com).

Isle Royale is a great place to experience the beauty and diversity of nature unencumbered by the noise and progress of modern society. We should see a lot of birds!

Sincerely,
Zach Gayk

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