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Announcement of the ABA Annual Meeting

In accordance with the bylaws of the American Birding Association, the Board of Directors has set the date for the next Annual Meeting of the Members of the Association for Saturday, September 22, 2018. Time and place are 4:00 PM, Saturday, September 22, 2018, at the American Birding Expo, to be held at the Greater Philadelphia Expo Center, 100 Station Ave, Oaks, PA 19456

The official Notice of the Meeting and the Proxy will be distributed to members on or after July 24, 2018, but no later than September 12, 2018. The Notice will contain the time and location and other information about the Annual Members’ Meeting and will mail with the August 2018 issue of Birding magazine.

This year’s Annual Meeting of the Members will be held in just outside Philadelphia, at the American Birding Expo. You will find extensive information about attending the Expo here:

You may also call the ABA with questions about attending the meeting at 800-950-2473, or by email info AT

We are pleased to announce that following the membership meeting, there will be an informal reception from 5 to 6 PM, and then the Expo Saturday keynote presentation featuring Lili Taylor, birder, actress, and ABA board member.

Late September is peak fall birding time in the mid-Atlantic region. With the Membership Meeting, the Birding Expo, and the spectacle of southbound migration, there will be much to recommend a visit to the Philly area this September. We hope you’ll join us.

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