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Katie McInnis

Springtime Ushers in Board Member Changes

We want to welcome Katie McInnis as a new LCAS Board member! Katie has been involved in volunteering for more than two years and helps in many ways. She is most involved with the Bird Friendly City project, but also…

Birdwatchers kids

Lane Audubon Continues Its Essential Work

Lane Audubon never just sits back and rests on its laurels. It can’t. Knowing our work is never done, our members continue to work with a number of outreach and educational activities. Here is a brief review for 2023, and…

birders with binoculars

Many Thanks to Our Supporters and Volunteers!

We truly appreciate our members who send in donations and local membership fees to help keep us operating financially. As a result of our annual request for support, we can continue with our various outreach activities. These include: Programs at…

Tufted Puffin

Volunteer and Donate!

Lane County Audubon Society (LCAS) has had another eventful year. We’ve added new board members to our roster (see article and Who We Are). Our two monthly bird outings continue to be popular. Our monthly series of fascinating, informative programs…

Bird Migration Forecast map 2023

New Resources for Tracking Bird Migration

By September, fall’s bird migration is in full swing. We can find shorebirds and ducks arriving at Fern Ridge and other waterways. We can see the Vaux’s Swifts at Agate Hall, as well as other chimneys around the area. The…

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Program Meetings Evolving Better

Since COVID paused our ability to have in-person Program meetings in March of 2020, we have been through some major changes in how we present these meetings. Post-COVID shutdown, in September 2020 we held our first ever Zoom Program meeting…

LCAS Thoughts on Audubon Name Change Conundrum

LCAS Thoughts on Audubon Name Change Conundrum

The Lane County Audubon Society has been advocating for birds and connecting people with nature sine 1971…52 years! Those of us who joined the Audubon team did so because the name was recognizable as an organization that made a difference…