NAAS Hits the Road!

NAAS Hits the Road! Once again, your Audubon chapter has taken its show on the road. On September 19 we set up a booth at the Science in the Park in Flagstaff and the following week on September 26 NAAS set up the booth again at Verde River Day at Dead Horse State Park in Cottonwood, AZ. As always, both of these events were well attended and provided your chapter with the opportunity to talk […]

September Meeting – NAAS Sanctuary Program

September Meeting – NAAS Sanctuary Program   Northern Arizona Bird Sanctuary Program – Brent  Bitz   It was only a few years ago that your Audubon Chapter initiated a new Bird Sanctuary Program intended to act as a tool to help the chapter meet its Mission: To promote the understanding and appreciation of birds and other wildlife and the conservation and restoration of their natural habitats. This program is intended to be a local complement to […]

Page Springs Update – July 2015

Page Springs Update – July 2015   You are probably aware of the improvements at Bubbling Ponds regarding trail enhancement and educational placements. What is completely new are the improvement being made to the Visitor Center at the main facility and the part that NAAS has in that. Well, read on:  Bubbling Ponds The interpretive signs are being installed and these will provide excellent educational value to the site. The photos here are from the […]

May 1974

        We recently came into possession of a set old of records thanks to the generosity of Anita McFarlane. These included old newsletters and perhaps you might be interested to see what was happening at NAAS during May, 1974. Click on the link below to read this two page piece of our history May 1974 Newsletter

NAAS Takes School To The Outdoors.

29 Species of Birds Spotted in Two Hours! On May 12, 2015, 4th Graders from Jerome-Clarkdale Elementary School took a bird-walk field trip to the Dead Horse Ranch State Park. Nanette Armstrong engaged 4th grade students and adult chaperones during a two-hour introduction to birding (actively spotting birds in their natural habitat) and birdwatching (sitting and observing birds at bird feeders). Students learned about the care and use of binoculars, important facts about birds, how to […]
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