Hello folks who wonder if I am officially out of a job since I am posting mid-week,

What can 20 dollars get you these days?

  • 20 x Nacho crunch Double stacked Tacos at Taco Bell that takes away 20 years off your life
  • 20 x packets of dollar store cheese that defies global warming
  • 1 x Avocado Toast made by a guy wearing thick-framed glasses, brush-shaped mustache and a fedora that informs you about the childhood and upbringing of the avocado being used on the toast
  • 1 x ticket to the 2021 CFC Air, Water and Earth Tour that will help raise money for San Francisco Bay Bird Observatory (SFBBO) to support its educational and outreach programs that help cultivate a love of birds and their habitats.
I am organizing a family-friendly educational guided tour along with two other naturalists on Sunday September 19 from 8:45 am - 12:00 pm in San Jose. And I would really appreciate love if you can be part of this and help us in this fundraiser for SFBBO.

What is the cost for entry?
$20 per participant.

What will you talk about?
We have divided this tour into 3 themes i.e., Air, Water and Soil where participants will be shown how fascinating each of the environment is and the diversity of life it supports. I truly believe we can make the most of the experience of being in nature when we appreciate all inhabitants and not just one kind that returns the most Instagram likes.

What else?
Each participant will walk away with a portable microscope at the end of the tour.

I am sorry, but I have to watch Stranger Things season 2 for the 40th time on Netflix that day?
C'mon it will be fun! Stranger Things is not going away anytime soon but the opportunity to experience this blog in real life is something you might not get again.

Let me think about it, I've a lot of sh*t going on in my life right now. *pretends to look busy on the phone but is actually just browsing TikTok
Due to the COVID-19 county guidelines we have a limit of 30 people who can sign up for this event and they will sell out fast (Or that is what I hope for :| ). So, sign up as soon as you can.

How do I sign up?
By going to this link and registering for this event. The event page has a detailed description about the event and information about the event leaders. Any questions, just hit me up (Ouch! not literally, I meant reply to the email)
Hope to see you there!

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