Verde Valley Birding and Nature Festival

Are you ready for the 2015 big event for birding in Northern Arizona? Yep, it’s the Verde Valley Birding and Nature Festival once again! Registration for field trips opens at 8:00 AM on Feb. 1st. Those of you who are veterans of the VVBNF know that it pays to register early on the website: http://www.birdyverde.org/. The schedule of trips is complete and you can see them all on the website.  The Keynote Speaker this year is JJ […]

January Meetings: Birds of India

India: Birding with 1.2 Billion of Your Best Friends   To many it may be surprising that extensive wilderness areas still exist in a land crowded with one in seven of this planet’s people. Our speaker, Brent Bitz, spent some six weeks in February and March of 2013 touring northern India and will share his experiences with the birds, people and geography of this majestic land. These presentations will be at our January 21 (Sedona) and January 15(Flagstaff) meetings. […]

NAAS In the News Again

NAAS In the News Again   The regular Wednesday meeting in Sedona was attended by a reporter and photographer from the Red Rock News in Sedona. He came in response to the public service announcement that was placed in the newspaper to announce the meeting. NAAS is establishing itself as more than a birding group. We are also taking or place in the growing community of environmental awareness. In particular, we have become active in […]

NAAS at Sedona City Council

NAAS at Sedona City Council The Sedona Wetlands is an official Northern Arizona Audubon Society Sanctuary which is, in reality, a wetlands created by the City of Sedona as an extension of its wastewater treatment facility. It is also an official part of the City’s parks systems. In that regard, NAAS and the City of Sedona are partners in this new endeavor and, like many projects of this kind, this one is in a state […]

Sedona Wetlands In The News!

Sedona Wetlands and our own Dena Greenwood are in the Phoenix News these days. The Wetlands is a designated NAAS Bird Sanctuary and has drawn birders from all over the country. NAAS is proud to be a partner with the City of Sedona
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