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Audubon Society hosts A Night in the Woods

| Sunday, June 26, 2011

The Audubon Society of Western Pennsylvania didn't have to try very hard to ensure the swells flew the coop on Saturday, trading Downtown for downtime during A Night in the Woods.

Held at the Beechwood Farms Nature Reserve in Fox Chapel, co-chairs Patty Casey and Lucila Andrich circulated among the likes of Jen Zaltman, Eustace and Shelley Uku, Jackie Dixon, AWSP executive director Jim and Leslie Bonner, Dayton Baker, and Dan and Nancy Fales.

On the fashion front, most of the ladies traded stilettos for flip-flops or wedge heels in order to successfully enjoy an evening of navigating without aerating, and three cheers for the daring fashionistas who arrived in towering 5-inch-plus high kicks.

"When they have a platform, you can run in them!" laughed Victoria Verstraeten.

With more than 134 acres to play on, we were waiting to hear whether one too many Hooootini's ensured at least some shenanigans, although as far as we can tell, just a fabulous night enjoyed under the suburban skies.

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A Night in the Woods - Audubon Society at Beechwood Farms Nature Reserve on Saturday, June 25, 2011.

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