LAST CHANCE AUDUBON THINKS AUTUMN!!!
Yes, the days are getting shorter and the birds are molting their summer plumage – signs that we are moving toward the 2018-2019 Last Chance Audubon Season. Our program director, Liz Hiltunen has been busy planning a host of outstanding presentations for the upcoming season. These can be found by following the Chapter Programs link. World Shorebird Day has been scheduled for September 9th and LCAS will host a field trip to Canyon Ferry WMA in search of migrating shorebirds. Check out our upcoming field trips listed under the Birding menu. Montana Audubon and project coordinator, Amy Seaman will be heading up the planning and follow through for the upcoming GEMS (Golden Eagle Migration Survey) season. Stay tuned for flight details! Stream remediation on Sevenmile Creek continues and avian project leader, Shane Sater plans to continue surveys through the fall. Contact Shane to help out on a survey – no experience necessary! There is plenty going on! Watch the for the September eNewsletter – Last Chance Chat– for fall events and happenings! Need to subscribe? It’s free simply by clicking HERE!
WORLD SHOREBIRD DAY
World Shorebird Day has been announced and scheduled for Sunday, September 9th. LCAS will be hosting a field trip to Canyon Ferry WMA and space is limited. Please visit the Field Trips link or the World Shorebird Day post for additional details and information to reserve a spot for this amazing fall birding experience. It’s a don’t miss!