Learn about birds of Indian River Lagoon at New Smyrna Beach library

Headline Surfer photo and cideo by Sera King-Frederick / A brown pelican shown here in New Smyrna Beach is typical of birds that are part of the Indian River Lagoon wildlife. NSB News became Headline Surfer in 2012. 
 
By HENRY FREDERICK
Headline Surfer

NEW SMYRNA BEACH, Fla. -- Don Picard of the Southeast Volusia Audubon Society will discuss the varied and fascinating birds that live in the Indian River Lagoon at 1 p.m. Saturday, March 10, at the New Smyrna Beach Regional Library, 1001 S. Dixie Freeway.

Picard will also address conservation efforts to protect their fragile environment, Pat Kuehn, community information specialist for Volusia County government, told Headline Surfer.

Picard will also address conservation efforts to protect their fragile environment, Pat Kuehn, community information specialist for Volusia County government, told Headline Surfer.

 

Reservations for Picard's presentatio are not required. For more information, please call 386-424-2910, option 4.

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