Spring is upon us. I wish the sun and its warmth happened upon us more this winter. But alas, as I write this in late March, the forecast does not call for much of a change. At our June 8th picnic we will host a discussion about “Diversity in Conservation Work” with a special guest. We will be at Priest Point [...]Read More
The BHAS Nominating Committee (Bruce Jacobs, Elizabeth Rodrick, and Bob Wadsworth) announces the following nominees for the Board of Directors who will serve from June 1, 2017 through May 31, 2018. President: Vacant; Vice-President: Elizabeth Rodrick; Treasurer: Kim Adelson; Secretary: Bruce Jacobs; Board members: Deb Nickerson, Ken Brown. Other Board nominees to date are: Steve Curry, Hank Henry, Craig Merkel, Sam Merrill, [...]
Thanks to everyone who submitted public comments on the draft Environmental Impact Statement (dEIS) for the Marbled Murrelet Long-Term Conservation Strategy. As of the March 9 deadline, an estimated 5,000 comments were received. Over the next several months, staff at the Department of Natural Resources (DNR) and the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service (USFWS) will evaluate and summarize all the [...]
Phil Kelley leads a bird walk every Wednesday at Billy Frank Jr. Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge. The walk begins at the Visitor Center at 8 a.m. The public is welcome. Bring rain gear, walk...Find out more »
Gather with birders at the Fish Tale Brewpub on the third Monday of each month. People will share their “best birding spots in our area.” Come ready to share where and why you go birding in a part...Find out more »
(BHAS) is a chapter of the National Audubon Society (see NAS’ newly redesigned website). BHAS represents Lewis, Mason, and Thurston counties in the state of Washington. It is an all-volunteer-based, non-profit organization whose 1,300+ members share interests in birds and other wildlife, their habitats, and natural history. Our goals are to promote environmental education and recreation and to maintain and protect our ecosystems for future generations.
We also work with the state Audubon office (Audubon Washington).
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