Ted Gilman receives the 2013 Tamar Chotzen Audubon Educator of the Year award

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The National Audubon Society announced on February 20th, 2014 that Ted Gilman, senior naturalist and education specialist at Audubon Greenwich, is the 2013 recipient of the Tamar Chotzen Audubon Educator of the Year award. The surprise announcement took place at a banquet at the Grange Audubon Center in Columbus, Ohio, where Gilman was celebrated by his colleagues from around the country.

The Tamar Chotzen Audubon Educator of the Year, bestowed since 2006, is named in honor of a pioneer of Audubon's conservation education programs. Tamar Chotzen, Audubon's Vice President of Centers and Education from 1999-2005, led the organization's efforts to grow its network of centers across the country. The endowment that provides the funding for this annual award was created through a gift donated in her name in 2005.

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