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75th Anniversary Celebration

The Topeka Audubon Society 75th Anniversary March 24, 2018

Ramada Inn Downtown

420 SE 6th Ave. Topeka

Speaker:  Al Batt (see below for biography)

Al Batt may be available to go birding Saturday morning.


5:00 PM Cash bar opens

6:30 PM Dinner

7:00 PM Announcements

7:20 PM Speaker


Gifts, giveaways and displays of TAS historical photographs, documents and books. 



Choice of: Chicken breast pan seared, with champagne sauce and wild and long grain rice and chef’s fresh vegetable OR Smoked Sliced Pork Tenderloin, Dijon cream sauce, scallop potatoes, broccoli, and spaghetti squash.  Each comes with tossed house salad, rolls & butter, and Chef’s choice dessert.


Cost: $30 by check, $31 PayPal, $10 speaker only



Registration and PayPal begin

February 1 through March 9, 2018


Checks may be made payable to Topeka Audubon Society and mailed to:


Topeka Audubon Society

c/o Alison Marsh

11364 S. Shawnee Heights Rd.

Overbrook, KS. 66524

Al Batt of Hartland, Minnesota is a writer, speaker, storyteller and humorist. Al writes humor and nature columns for many newspapers and does regular radio shows about nature. He writes a number of popular cartoon strips that are syndicated nationally and is author of the book, "A Life Gone to the Birds." He is a columnist for "Bird Watcher’s Digest" and writes for a number of magazines and books. He is a trustee of the American Bald Eagle Foundation in Haines, Alaska. Al hosted TV shows for many years and speaks at various festivals, conferences and conventions all over the world. He has received the Ed Franey Conservation Media Award from the Izaak Walton League, the Thomas Sadler Roberts Award from the Minnesota Ornithologists' Union for lifetime contributions to birding and was recognized by Bluebirds Across Nebraska for outstanding contributions to wildlife conservation. Al speaks to anyone who will listen. His mother thinks he is special.