Last Chance Audubon Society
Promoting understanding, respect, and enjoyment of birds and the natural world
through education, habitat protection and environment advocacy.
Christmas Bird Count
Golden Eagle Migration Survey (GEMS)
Birding in the Helena Area
BirdTrax DAILY UPDATES!
Natural History Lecture Series
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Photo credits - Bob Martinka
LCAS web site funded by a bequest from the estate of Nancy Tunnicliff
The chapter responds to conservation issues through letter writing and monitoring of local, state, and national policies that effect wildlife and their habitat. The chapter has been actively involved in the development of policies for management of the Lewis & Clark County Fairgrounds duck pond and the Charles Van Hook Wetlands, located just east of the duck pond. If there are issues that concern you and feel that your chapter should get involved, please contact Brian Shovers at email@example.com.
A STATEMENT OF AUDUBON PHILOSOPHY
from National Audubon Society
We believe in the wisdom of nature's design.
We know that soil, water, plants, and wild creatures depend upon each other,
and are vital to human life.
We recognize that each living thing links to many others in the chain of nature.
We believe that persistent research into the intricate patterns of outdoor life
will help to assure wise use of earth's abundance.
We condemn no wild creature and work to assure that no living species shall be lost.
We believe that every generation should be able to experience spiritual and physical refreshment in places where primitive nature is undisturbed.
So we will be vigilant to protect wilderness areas, refuges, and parks,
and to encourage good use of nature's storehouse of resources.
We dedicate ourselves to the pleasant task of opening the eyes of young and old,
that all may come to enjoy the beauty of the outdoor world,
and to share in conserving its wonders forever.
2015 Montana Legislative Session:
For updates regarding Montana's 2015 Legislative Session, please check in with Montana Audubon's "Montana Legislature" page by clicking Montana Audubon Legislative Page.