Mark your calendars for Saturday, February 11th - the date of the 9th annual Ohio Natural History Conference. This is a particularly auspicious occasion, as the conference also celebrates the 100th year of the Ohio Biological Survey (OBS), the main sponsor. Together with the Ohio Division of Wildlife, OBS has crafted an interesting and diverse meeting that gets better every year.
The cost is $20.00 - $10.00 for students - and CLICK HERE to be whisked to the online registration. Of course, you can just show up and register at the door, but an additional $5.00 will be plucked from your wallet. This year's shindig will be held at the fabulous ODOT Conference Center at 1980 West Broad Street, Columbus 43223. I've been to a number of events here and the venue is perfect for such affairs.
Following are a few of the conference highlights:
If you can make the event, you'll be in for an interesting and informative day, I'll promise you that. Hope to see you there!