We’d like to invite you to our next meeting! We offer free programs of interest to nature fans of all ages. Everyone is welcome.
Here, you can also find current information about upcoming birding trips, and/or plan to attend another birding event. Check our other links for helpful information, recent sightings, more birding opportunities, and ways you can get involved as an Aiken volunteer and/or citizen scientist. Interested? Click to learn more about Aiken Audubon. Finally, don’t miss the current newsletter of our newsletter, the Aikorns! We hope to see you soon.
- Our next program will feature Eric Eaton on Wasps, Wednesday, September 21.See you there. You know it will be fascinating!
- Welcome to our new Program Chair, Diane Luck! If you have ideas or would like to present a program at one of our meetings, please contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Aiken Audubon is seeking an Education Chair. We also need field trip leaders! Click here for more information.
- Updates are constantly being added to our Conservation News page. Many require immediate action. More opportunities are found in the Citizen Science section. Don’t miss your opportunity to make a difference.
- Cancellation policy: In case of inclement weather, our monthly program will be cancelled if Pikes Peak Community College cancels its evening classes. A cancellation notice will also be posted here on our website. For field trips, the trip leaders will make the decision and notify participants, and we will also post the decision on this page and on the current field trip page.
- Do you blog about birds? Tell us about your blog, then check out our ever-growing list of Aiken Audubon bird bloggers!
- Aiken supports the work of Dr. Brian Linkhart, the Colorado College biologist who has been studying Flammulated Owls for over 35 years. We encourage you to do so as well. For more information on making a donation to his work, click here.
- National Audubon is hosting an event here in Colorado Springs on Friday, October 28 to discuss ways our community can help protect birds across our state from climate change. Learn more and sign up here.
- The Wildlands Restoration Volunteers are looking for… more volunteers! Learn more here.
- The second Colorado Breeding Bird Atlas is available. This Atlas provides the most current and comprehensive information on Colorado breeding bird distribution, habitat use, and breeding ecology. A limited print run is scheduled for this year; claim your copy now! Cost is $75 plus shipping.
- Pinello Ranch is looking for Volunteer Docents to help with any of the following: Guided Birding Hikes, Bird Surveys, Bird Banding Station and/or School Groups. Contact David Rudin to learn more: email@example.com.
- 10 Things You Can Do For Birds: Plant a garden. Be a citizen scientist. Join “Lights Out.” Your steps can make a difference. Learn more…
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