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

Life as a Bird and Animal Rehabilitator

Our own Marcia Lamkin will be the speaker for the May 15 (Flagstaff) and 21 (Sedona) meetings. Marcia has been rehabilitating birds and other animals at her home in Flagstaff for quite a few years now. She will share her experiences and what she has learned over the years. Marcia says, “I have always loved animals and have wanted to help them. The year I retired as a physical therapist, I was walking down the […]

April Meeting: Fossil Creek is a Gem! Can It Provide for Wildlife and People Alike?

  Janie Agyagos, U.S. Forest Service Biologist, will try to answer this question at the April 16 (Sedona) and 24(Flagstaff) meetings. Note that the Flagstaff meeting will be held one week later than usual and in the Shepherd of the Hills Sanctuary. The restoration of full flows to Fossil Creek in the spring of 2005 after the decommissioning of the hydropower dam operations resulted in an exponential increase in recreation. The Forest Service has had […]