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LAST CHANCE AUDUBON JANUARY PROGRAM
WHEN: January 9, 2018, 7:00 PM. Doors open at 6:30 PM
WHERE: Plymouth Congregational Church, 400 S. Oakes
The Ultimate Birding Road Trip
Prothonotary Warbler by Bob Martinka

 

Taking a trip across the southern states had been on Bob Martinka’s bucket list for a number of years.  He needed three more states to visit all 50. Stephen Turner stepped up as the catalyst for making things happen.  With Stephen’s input, birding and visiting four National Parks became a joint purpose. Their birding road trip started…  Read more.

 

Attention High School Seniors!  SCHOLARSHIP ANNOUNCED!

It is with great pleasure that Last Chance Audubon Society (LCAS) announces the availability of up to two scholarships (for the 2017-2018 school year) for qualified and interested high school seniors who are applying to a college or university to pursue a course of study consistent with National Audubon Society’s goals and interests, and the LCAS mission.  Please visit Last Chance Audubon’s Scholarship Home Page for additional details.

 

CHRISTMAS BIRD COUNT 2017!
Horned Lark by Bob Martinka

 

Christmas Bird Count 2017 is in the books!  We had a sensational turnout for a day in the field and some great sightings were recorded.  Fifty seven hearty souls ventured out into the Helena valley for a day of counting birds.  According to compiler Coburn Currier, “We had record counts for… Read More.

 

LCAS Fall Fundraiser

Our fundraising season is currently underway and we have had some amazingly generous donations to LCAS this season.  Thank you all so much!  Proceeds from this year’s fundraiser will support the 2017 Golden Eagle Migration Survey (GEMS) project.  Your support will enable us to continue to partner with Montana Audubon, USFS and FWP, and our collective efforts to census raptor populations in the Big Belt Mountains.

This year an anonymous donor has offered to make a matching donation to the project.  The donor has graciously offered up to $2000 in matching funds!  Please help us achieve our goal of receiving the entire matching grant.  Your donations help support field technician hiring, housing, fuel costs (gas, propane and generator fuel), final report preparation and technician supplies (data gathering equipment).

Please make your check payable to Montana Audubon (LCAS/GEMS in the memo line) and bring them to our monthly meeting.  Can’t make the meetings?  No problem!  Just log into the DONATE site at  eaglemigration.org.  All donations are 100% tax deductible and donors will receive a tax donation receipt.  Thank you in advance for your incredibly generous support! See you at the November (or December) meeting!

Thanks to our 2017 GEMS Sponsors

The Golden Eagle Migration Survey (GEMS), a partnership of Montana Audubon, Last Chance Audubon Society, U S Forest Service, and MT Fish, Wildlife and Parks, extends a huge THANK YOU to the following businesses who have so generously supported the GEMS project for the 2017 fall migration season.  Please support these businesses and thank them for supporting conservation.

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