Help the AAS Trust -
Donate to the 90 for 90
Fundraiser Honoring Doug James, Art Johnson and Thurman Jordan
on Their 90th Year!
Spring Meeting of the AAS
The 2015 Spring Convention of the Arkansas Audubon Society (AAS)
will be May 1-3, 2015 at the Fort Smith Conference Center.
Watch this space for details as they become available.
Send us information on your rare bird discoveries!
e-mail connection for submitting your records of rare or out-of-season
bird observations to the AAS Curator.
Northern Saw-whet Owl
This bird was banded Dec. 6, 2014 at the Ozark Natural Science
Center in Madison County. This species is secretive and may be
more abundant than indicated by sight reports.
Click here for an enlarged view
Checklists of the Birds of Arkansas
The 2009 AAS
Field Checklist of the birds of Arkansas is available for
downloading. This is a five page download. This valuable
resource provides a listing of all the species of birds that
occur in Arkansas with detail codes on distribution, abundance,
and dates of occurrence for each.
Species added to the checklist since the 2009
publication can be found
Arkansas Field List
The 2009 bird Field List of Arkansas Audubon Society is available. A copy may be
obtained for $0.50 plus a large, self - addressed, stamped
envelope. (Two copies would require two stamps). Quantity
prices are available.
14300 Chenal Pkwy # 7473
Little Rock AR 72211
Documentation Supporting Listing in the AAS Field List
This PDF document provides
supporting documentation for the listing of each species in
the Arkansas Audubon Society Field List. Documentation
includes photographs, specimens, recordings, or written
documentation that has been accepted by the Bird Records
Click here to download .
For a list of new
species added to the AAS Field List since 1986
species page contains a photo and a summary.
Member Address Changes
If you move or have an address change, please notify the AAS
to insure that you continue to receive the AAS newsletter
Butterflies of Arkansas
A 2014 updated checklist of the butterflies of
Arkansas, created by Herschel Raney,
Welcome to the online home
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look through our site you'll find information about
becoming a member of the Arkansas Audubon Society and a
convenient online form you can use to start that process.
You can now pay your membership with a
If you would like to further support the
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Great Black-backed Gull - Photo by Michael Linz
This bird was discovered by Kenny & LaDonna Nichols in the
area of the Dardanelle dam on Jan. 23, 2015. This is the first
record of this species for Arkansas. (Click on image for
Help With Bird Identification
If you have difficulty identifying Arkansas birds check out the
helpful identification sheets at
You can also find other information about the Arkansas Audubon
Society including our Mission and our By-Laws,
as well as the Society
Arkansas Birds, our quarterly newsletter
that all AAS members receive.
Would you like a scholarship to attend a nature camp
or a grant to perform bird related research?
Click on this link for more information.
you see on the masthead were taken by AAS members ,
Edie Calaway, Lyndal York
Halberg Ecology Camp
Kids and parents, be sure to check out our
Halberg Ecology Camp page where you'll find details on how
kids can enjoy a summer camp where they can have fun and
experience a unique
experience nature, hands-on, at the Halberg Ecology Camp. The
2015 Camp dates
will be mid to late June. Exact dates will not be available until
February 2015. Additional details are available on the
Halberg Ecology Camp
If you would like to help support the Halberg Ecology
Camp, send your check to Treasurer, Ecology Camp, 804 Konrad Court,
Little Rock, AR 72223-9201. Donations are tax exempt.
We also have a printable brochure about the
Arkansas Audubon Society that you can download and print on
your computer. You will need the free reader program,
Adobe Acrobat. If you already have that program on your
Click Here to download our
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quite large and may take several minutes to download.