CEDAR FALLS — The Prairie Rapids Audubon Society has set its fall line-up of speakers and field trips.
The Oct. 11 program features Bill Witt, a well-known nature photographer and author of “Orchids in Your Pocket: a guide to the native orchids of Iowa.” Together with Brian Frankhauser, the blufflands director for the Iowa Natural Heritage Foundation, he will speak about Heritage Valley, a 1227-acre INHF project in Northeast Iowa.
Stephanie Shepherd, biologist with the Iowa Department of Natural Resources, will discuss the Iowa Volunteer Wildlife Monitoring Program on Nov. 8.
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All meetings are held at 7 p.m. at First Presbyterian Church, 902 Main St.
Information about bird watching field trips can be found at www.gopras.org/ or at the Prairie Rapids Audubon Society Facebook page. Questions can be directed to PRAS president Tom Schilke, email@example.com.
All events are free and open to the public.