Arkansas Audubon Society

A NONPROFIT, 100% VOLUNTEER-OPERATED ORGANIZATION DEVOTED TO THE STUDY, CONSERVATION AND ENJOYMENT OF BIRDS

Our Mission: To inspire Arkansans to care about birds and their habitats, the threats they face, and their connections to us.

  • Eastern Towhee  © Charles Mills
  • Greater White-fronted Goose  © Charles Mills
  • Chestnut-sided Warbler  © Gail Miller
  • Blue-winged Teal  © Charles Mills
  • Franklin's Gull  © Charles Mills
  • Red Crossbill  © Michael Linz
  • American Goldfinch  © Tracie Lemarr
  • Song Sparrow  © Charles Mills

Announcements

  • 2/25/2024 —  You should have received an email invitation to register for our spring convention, May 3-5, at Petit Jean State Park. Registration is now open. Click on Conventions and then Details for information and registration.
  • 4/16/2024 —  Here is a way to act locally and globally! AAS is currently raising funds for a time-sensitive project. We aim to purchase binoculars to donate to underprivileged students and guides in Malaysia during Dr. Kannan's upcoming Fulbright Scholar program (July through September 2024). This initiative is not just about promoting citizen science ventures via eBird and iNaturalist but also about empowering local communities to document their rich biodiversity. As you may be aware, most of the eBird and iNaturalist data come from the developed world. Encouraging uploads from local people from species-rich tropical nations to use these apps and contribute to the global biodiversity database is crucial. The deadline for donating is approaching on May 4 at the Spring AAS meeting at Petit Jean. Select "Targeted Projects" on the donation page to donate to this project. You may also send a check with "binoculars" on the memo line to Arkansas Audubon Society. P. O. Box 241421 Little Rock, AR. 72223

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