PROMOTING UNDERSTANDING, RESPECT, AND ENJOYMENT OF BIRDS AND THE NATURAL WORLD THROUGH EDUCATION, HABITAT PROTECTION AND ENVIRONMENT ADVOCACY.
Each month from September to May, Last Chance Audubon Society offers presentations on natural history and on local, state and national issues of interest to the Helena community. Chapter programs are free and open to members and nonmembers.
Meetings are held on the second (2nd) Tuesday of the month, September through May (excluding March), at Montana WILD. Members and friends are invited to gather at 6:30 PM for one half hour of refreshments and socializing with the program meeting beginning at 7:00 PM. Montana WILD is located at (2668 Broadwater Ave.)
NOTE: In March, Last Chance Audubon sponsors a month-long series of natural history lectures. Details are provided under the menu tab Natural History Lecture Series.
2017-2018 Last Chance Audubon Program Preview
Sept 12 – Gerry Shields – What’s Up with Juncos?
October 10 – Hilary Turner –Nest Finding in the Sagebrush Sea
Nov. 14 – Jeff Grayum and Hilary Turner – Golden Eagle Migration Survey Report 2017 – *Please note: Due to an anticipated large gathering, this program will be held at Plymouth Congregational Church, 400 S Oakes.
Dec. 13 (*DATE CHANGE) – Jim Robbins – Author: The Wonder of Birds – *Please note: Due to an anticipated large gathering, this program will be held at Plymouth Congregational Church, 400 S Oakes.
Jan. 9, 2018 – Bob Martinka & Stephen Turner – The Ultimate Birding Road Trip
Feb 13 – Larry Urban – Wetland Mitigation in Montana
March – Heritage Series co-sponsored with Montana Historical Society
April 10 – Carolyn Sevier – Educating Kids in the Outdoors
May 8 – Shane Sater – Sevenmile Creek-Prickly Pear Land Trust Bird Survey Report 2017