Your Northern Arizona Audubon Society has found a new way to safely present our usual monthly programs at our membership meetings. Since these programs are so popular, we have chosen to continue them virtually so that you can participate in the safety and quiet of your own home. You can see the same program that would have presented in Flagstaff or Sedona and you can ask questions as well. However, if you missed the opportunity to participate, you can still watch the program here. Simply click on the program of your choice and you will see the entire presentation right now or you can come back later when the time is better. What you see on this page is the small version of the video. After you click on it to start the video, find the broken box on the lower right of the video and click on it to enlarge it to full-screen size.
September 20, 2020
Survival by Degrees
Tice Supplie, Bird Conservation Director for Audubon Southwest presents the landmark Audubon study on bird survival in a changing climate.
October 27, 2020
Birding in an Ancient Land.
Brent Bitz, Board Member, NAAS takes us to Ethiopia on a special birding trip. Learn about birds and culture of this very old and cultually dividied land.
November 24, 2020
Weird Woodpeckers of No. Arizona
Ruby Hammond, Board Officer of NAAS talks about her Ph.D. work with local woodpeckers and habitat use.
The January program could not be recorded due to copyright issues.
March 23, 2021 Why Mountain Bluebirds lay the number of eggs they do. And other birds as well.
April 27, 2021How Cattle Grazing Can Help Save Grasslands Birds By Dan Dagett
May 25, 2021
Native Plants Are For The Birds
by Eric Moore
September 28, 2021
Nesting Along the Mogollion Rim