March 17-Seattle Audubon Presents: From the Gulf to the Arctic–Energy Challenges and Opportunities

Seattle Audubon Presents…

From the Gulf to the Arctic: Energy Challenges and Opportunities

Thursday, March 17th, 7-8PM at Seattle REI

The largest environmental catastrophe in U.S. history brings damaging impacts to the sensitive habitats vital to the diverse wildlife that travel along the Gulf Coast up to the Coastal Plain of the Arctic.  Taldi Walter, Assistant Director of Government Relations of the National Audubon Society, visits Seattle to discuss Audubon’s continuous efforts in response to the Gulf Oil Spill and this disaster’s grave implications in the Arctic.  As the Gulf Spill serves as a warning for our country’s exploits, we ask: what are the challenges we face and what opportunities do we have in our future energy developments?

You don’t want to miss out on this fascinating discussion!  Refreshments and treats provided.  Doors open at 6:30pm and the program begins at 7pm. All attendees are eligible to win a door prize from the Seattle Audubon Nature Shop. This is a FREE event and all are welcome.

Seattle Audubon cultivates and leads a community that values and protects birds and the natural environment. For more information about this event please visit our Events page at

For more information, please contact Leah Lee at 206-523-8243 x 16 or email

Thank you,
Jessica Louie

Jessica H. Louie / 206.380.2991
Communication / Environmental Studies
University of Washington, 2010