Arkansas Audubon Society

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

Our Mission: to foster a greater knowledge of the natural history of Arkansas through observation, investigation, education and publication; and to be a potent force in the conservation of all of the natural resources of Arkansas

  • Tundra Swan  © Gail Miller
  • Northern Saw-whet Owl  © Charles Mills
  • Painted Bunting  © Charles Mills
  • Winter Wren  © Charles Mills
  • Least Bittern  © Charles Mills
  • Red-headed Woodpecker  © Charles Mills
  • American Goldfinch  © Tracie Lemarr
  • Prothonotary Warbler  © Charles Mills

Announcements

  • 10/9/2021 —  The AAS Trust is looking for a new Treasurer. Contact Trust Chair Dan Scheiman if interested.
  • 11/13/2021 —  Afternoon Symposium Saturday, November 13, 4:00 to 5:30 pm. Plastics and Birds -Dr. Terry Root, Stanford University Emeritus Wyoming Bioblitz -Amber Cobb, Elementary Science/Stem Specialist Book Review -Pam Stewart, The Nature of Oaks, Douglas Tallamy

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