Two Decades of Caring for Songbirds of All Kinds: A Conversation with Suzie Gilbert

Nov 17, 2014

Tomorrow afternoon and evening -- on Tuesday the 18th, at the Tulsa Garden Center, from 1pm till 9:15pm -- the Tulsa Audubon Society, in collaboration with WING IT (as in "Wildlife In Need Group -- In Tulsa") and Wild Birds Unlimited, will present the second annual Wild at Art festival. It's a very worthwhile "art for a cause" event that offers locally produced turned-wood ornaments, hand-carved vases, paintings of wildlife, dragonfly trays, nature photographs, and so on -- and all of which is offered, just in time for the holidays, in an attempt to raise funds for wildlife conservation and preservation. Our guest on ST is the keynote speaker for this event: Suzie Gilbert, from New York's Hudson River Valley, is the author of a memoir called "Flyaway: How a Wild Bird Rehabber Sought Adventure and Found Her Wings" as well as a children's book, "Hawk Hill."