Conserving Threatened and Endangered Species in the Southeast

 

Thursday, Jan 23, 2014 7 PM to 9 PM 

Join Chattahoochee Nature Center’s (CNC) monthly Dine and Discover evening! Spend your night socializing with like-minded the-nature-club-with-borderfolks and learning from experts in the field. Join US Fish and Wildlife Scientist Rob Tawes as he discusses current information on the state of threatened and endangered species in the southeastern part of the country.

Times: Potluck at 7:00pm and program begins at 7:30.  We expect to be done between 9:00 – 9:30pm

Place: We will meet in the Plaza Conference Room at the Chattahoochee Nature Center. Whenever possible our programs will include some indoor learning and some outdoor exploration.

Cost: $10 General Public; $5 CNC Members; FREE for CNC, CNC Volunteers & Master Naturalist Graduates

What to Bring: a vegetarian dish to share!

Ages: The Nature Club is for adults ages 16 and up.

Registration: Advance registration is not required

Additional information including carpooling and is available on CNC’s Nature Club Website.

Location:
Chattahoochee Nature Center
9135 Willeo Rd.
Roswell, GA United States 30075-4723

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Directions:
From Roswell Rd./U.S. 19 (heading north from Atlanta or I-285): At the first traffic light after crossing the Chattahoochee River, turn left onto Azalea Dr. At the second traffic light, turn left onto Willeo Rd. CNC is located 1/2-mile on the right.
From Marietta and points west: Take Hwy 120 (also called Marietta Hwy. or Upper Roswell Rd.) east toward Roswell. Cross Johnson Ferry Rd. and go approximately four miles to Willeo Rd. At the traffic right, turn right onto Willeo Rd. CNC is located one mile on the right.
From GA 400: From northbound, take Northridge Rd. (Exit #6) and bear right, back over the expressway. Immediately after crossing over GA 400, turn right onto Dunwoody Place.
From southbound, take Northridge Rd. (Exit #6). At the traffic light at the top of the ramp go straight to Dunwoody Place.
Follow Dunwoody Place until it intersects with Roswell Rd. (1.2 miles). Turn right onto Roswell Rd. At the first traffic light after crossing the Chattahoochee River, turn left onto Azalea Dr. At the second traffic light, turn left onto Willeo Rd. CNC is located 1/2-mile on the right.

Presented by:
Chattahoochee Nature Center
9135 Willeo Rd.
Roswell, GA United States 30075-4723

Phone:
(Event Phone)
(770) 992-2055 ext 238
(Event Phone)
(770) 552-0926 (fax)

 

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