Sunday, April 11, 2010

Free Upcoming Event

The Linnaean Society of New York
April 13, 2010
Bird Diversity in a Neotropical Country: Costa Rica
Speaker: Rafael Guillermo Campos-Ramirez, Caligo Ventures, Inc.

Admission to all lectures* of the Linnaean Society is free. Come join us as we listen and watch informative presentations! At regular meetings the Society presents speakers on natural history topics. Lectures may be popular or technical and often are illustrated with slides. Regular meetings are at 7:30 p.m. on the second and fourth Tuesday evenings, September through May. The Annual Meeting and Dinner, with the election of officers, is held during the second week of March. The Society may hold informal summer meetings (on the third Tuesday of June, July or August at 7:30 p.m.); as summer meetings are scheduled they will be announced. (*Note: The Annual Meeting and Dinner is held at a private club for members of the Society and their guests only and is closed to the public. All other programs are open to the public.)

Unless another venue is noted, programs are held in the American Museum of Natural History, usually in the Lindner Theater; please enter at West 77th St. between Central Park West and Columbus Avenue.

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