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Action required to save Great Gray Owls nesting sites

By | 2018-06-16T18:45:46+00:00 June 15th, 2018|Home Page, News Page|

RVAS and KS Wild urge you to take action. The Great Gray Owls that rely upon public land forest habitat in the Howard Prairie area near the Cascade Siskiyou National Monument need your help. Comment period now open For decades, the Medford District BLM has tried to balance timber production with the needs of wildlife [...]

Malheur Field Station Needs Our Help

By | 2018-06-01T16:02:36+00:00 June 1st, 2018|Home Page, News Page|

SUNRISE.... SUNSET: AT THE MALHEUR FIELD STATION! That song from "Fiddler on the Roof" sings the eternal truth of change and transition. But for us at Malheur Field Station, it is a song sung the other way around: SUNSET ... SUNRISE! We, and the birds at Malheur, need your help! And we need it urgently!! [...]

Dippers In Lithia Park

By | 2018-05-03T21:34:28+00:00 May 3rd, 2018|Home Page, News Page|

Ashland Parks & Recreation Commission, in partnership with the Rogue Valley Audubon Society talks in this video a little about the American Dipper... A little song bird that can be seen in Lithia Park. Special thanks to Peter and Linda Kreisman for their time and expertise! 

Annual Picnic

By | 2018-05-23T18:37:15+00:00 April 26th, 2018|News Page|

Tuesday, May 22, 2018 6  - 8 p.m. Location TouVelle State Park Picnic Shelter A All members and guests are welcome This annual picnic replaces our May chapter meeting. Come celebrate our valley birds. Bird Walk 6 p.m. (sharp!)
 A guided bird walk will wind through the park and along the Rogue River. Potluck dinner [...]

Accessing Kirtland Pond

By | 2018-04-18T22:21:36+00:00 April 18th, 2018|Home Page, News Page|

Kirtland Pond is one of the valley’s favorite birding hotspots. It is an active facility of Rogue Valley Sewer Services. While birders are welcome, it is very important that no birders, cars or tripods with cameras and scopes block the road into the facility or the gate. Large trucks need to be able to drive [...]

April Chapter Meeting: Lake Abert: A Waterbird Oasis in an Arid Landscape

By | 2018-04-26T14:31:13+00:00 March 28th, 2018|News Page|

Presented by RON LARSON, PhD Salty-alkaline lakes are not the kind of place you would want to call home. After all, salt is used to preserve food, and with a pH of 10, the water is like diluted bleach. Yet, Lake Abert, located in arid south-central Oregon, is a waterbird Mecca, with over 80 species [...]

Conservation Related Issues To Which the Chapter Has Recently Weighed In

By | 2018-03-13T14:14:58+00:00 March 11th, 2018|Conservation Permanent, News Page|

Letter Opposing to the Draft Proposed OCS Oil & Gas Leasing Program (March 2018) Oregon Audubon Chapter Council Letter Seiad-Horse Risk Reduction Scoping Comments (January 2018) Seiad-Horse Risk Reduction Scoping Comments Letter in Support of the Migratory Bird Treaty Act (January 2018). MBTA Support Letter Letters regarding the Elliot State Forest (December 2017). Elliott State Forest [...]

March Chapter Meeting: Our Public Forests, Then and Now

By | 2018-03-28T18:41:25+00:00 February 27th, 2018|News Page|

Public lands are often said to be one of America's greatest ideas. But lately, the very concept of "public lands" has been made controversial by malevolent influences like the Bundy family and Koch brothers. To better understand our local public forests, come hear from historian Greg Walter about the history of our public lands, aka [...]

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