Science Speakers Series for 2004

Individual Ticket price: $15.00, $12.00-TNHMSM Members, $5.00 Students with ID & Children (under 18)

To order tickets, call (805) 614-0806 or email at naturalhistory.santamaria@verizon.net

All events are at the Minerva Club (127 W. Boone St., Santa Maria; (corner of Boone & Lincoln)

This event includes a reception, with appetizers and beverages, and an opportunity to meet with the speaker. Come join us for what promises to be a wonderful afternoon!

Sunday, August 8th,2004 2:30pm-4:30pm

The South Pacific Through a Birder's Eye

Brad Schramm, Author and Naturalist

Explore the varied habitats and birds of the South Pacific with naturalist and author Brad Schram. We will start on Easter Island and proceed west through the Pitcairn group, the Marquesas, Society of Cook Islands, then fiji through Vanuatu (including the Sky Divers of Pentecost Island) and Papua New Guinea, the Solomon Islands, then north through Micronesia to Guam. Mr. Schram will share and discuss birds from this their distribution and adaptations.

School Family Nature Film Night

September 23rd 6:30pm at May Grisham Elementary School

The movie "Pale Male" tells the story of the first red-tailed hawk known to have nested in modern-day Manhattan near Central Park

 

 

Science Speakers Series for 2004

[Special ticket price for this event - $5.00; TNHMSM Members - free; Students with ID & Children (under 18) - $3.00]

To order tickets, call (805) 614-0806 or email at naturalhistory.santamaria@verizon.net

All events are at the Minerva Club (127 W. Boone St., Santa Maria; (corner of Boone & Lincoln)

This event includes a reception, with appetizers and beverages, and an opportunity to meet with the speaker. Come join us for what promises to be a wonderful afternoon!


"Photo courtesy of Tom Delay Space Program Site"

Sunday, October 10th, 2004 2:30pm-4:30pm

"Discovering the Wonders of Science, Math and Natural History"

Scott Hollister and Don Scott, Endeaver Center

Join the Space Cowboy for an exciting and informative discussion on how nature has not only played a key role in early exploration of our country, but how it continues to influence our search for "new lands" and our endeavor to move onward to Mars.

 


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