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Movie Night: Natural World: Madagascar, Lemurs and Spies

  • Venice Audubon Center 4002 South Tamiami Trail Venice, FL, 34293 United States (map)

ALERT: Dr. Erik Patel will be present at our meeting to personally introduce this excellent program! Wow!

Lemurs are now recognized by the International Union for Conservation of Nature as the mammal group most threatened with extinction. The Silky Sifaka Lemur (Propithecus candidus) is one of the most critically endangered primates in the world. This documentary features our May 7, 2019 presenter, Dr. Erik Patel who has been working in Madagascar since 2001, where he has been studying the behavioral biology and conservation of these primates.

When: The social period begins at 6 p.m. and the general meeting and program follow at 6:30 p.m.
(Please note: VAAS programs will be held on the 2nd Tuesday in December and 1st Tuesday in May only.)
Where: Venice Audubon Center at Annex Road behind the R. L. Anderson Administration Building, Venice, FL

Everyone is welcome!

Earlier Event: September 18
Board of Directors Meeting
Later Event: October 10
Kiwanis Park