About BHAS

Black Hills Audubon Society is a chapter of the National Audubon Society and 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 work with the state Audubon office and National Audubon.

Mailing Address:
Black Hills Audubon Society
PO Box 2524
Olympia, WA 98507

Message Phone:
(360) 352-7299

Email Inquiries:
4info@nullblackhills-audubon.org

Board Members:

President:
Open

Vice-President:
Elizabeth Rodrick – 360-866-9797
vice-pres@nullblackhills-audubon.org

Treasurer:
Kim Adelson
treasurer@nullblackhills-audubon.org

Secretary:
Bruce Jacobs
secretary@nullblackhills-audubon.org

Members at Large:
Ken Brown
Steve Curry
Hank Henry
Craig Merkel
Sam Merrill
Paul Moody
Sharon Moore
Deb Nickerson
Mary Russell
Bob Wadsworth
Jim Wilson
Joe Zabransky

Committee Chairs:

(may also be on the Board)

Conservation Chair:
Sam Merrill – 360-866-8839
sammerrill3@nullcomcast.net

Education Chair:
Open

Field Trips Chair:
Bonnie Wood
bwood2800@nullgmail.com

Hospitality/Outreach Co-Chair:
Deb Nickerson

Membership Chair:
Margery Beeler – 360-352-5437
mswampcat@nullaol.com

Program Chair:
Leslie Lynam

Communications Chair:
Jim Wilson

Echo Editor:
Burt Guttman
guttmanb@nullevergreen.edu

Echo Layout:
Jim Wilson
sky11.jw@nullgmail.com

Black Hills Audubon Board of Directors

Black Hills Audubon Board Elections were last held May, 2017
The officers of BHAS for the following fiscal year are:

President: Vacant
Vice President: Elizabeth Rodrick
Secretary: Bruce Jacobs
Treasurer: Kim Adelson

Board Members at Large:
Ken Brown
Steve Curry
Hank Henry
Craig Merkel
Sam Merrill
Paul Moody
Sharon Moore
Deb Nickerson
Mary Russell
Bob Wadsworth
Jim Wilson
Joe Zabransky