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Meet New LCAS Volunteer: Katy Vizdal

Lane Audubon is happy to welcome Katy Vizdal as our new Instagram and Facebook poster. Katy approached us to help out with social media outreach and we are happy to have her help! Welcome, Katy!Greetings, my name is Katy Vizdal,…

Thanks Rachael!

A big Thank You to Rachael Friese for her work on the Audubon Adventures program over the past five years! Rachael’s other commitments are taking her away from this project, but we appreciate all the help she has given to this important…

Barry Lopez In Forest

From Our President: Barry Lopez–Revered and Remembered

I would like to acknowledge the passing of Barry Lopez, the well-known author who lived along McKenzie River for decades. I began reading his work in the 1970s and continued to buy his books as new ones were released. I…

Thank You For Supporting LCAS

I want to express my gratitude for many levels of support Lane County Audubon Society (LCAS) receives from our members and volunteers. Every November we send our annual donation request to support our education, conservation, and outreach programs. Our members always respond…

From Our Treasurer: Birding in a Trying Time

First, I think I can speak for the entire LCAS membership in expressing our condolences to everyone impacted by the recent wildfires. Our condolences also go out to all those affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. Needless to say, 2020 has…

Save the Date: December 11, 2020 Zoom Program

John Marzluff will present a Zoom meeting entitled “Of Ravens, Wolves and People.” LCAS and the Eugene Natural History Society are cosponsoring this program. Attached are links to items published recently in Science about intelligence in crows and other birds. The…

Remembering Janet Jernberg, Lane Audubon Volunteer

Janet Jernberg passed away at home September 29th. She was number 97 in our membership database, meaning she joined Lane Audubon when it was first formed, in the mid-1970s.Janet hosted The Quail mailing crew nine times a year in her…

Audubon Adventures Makes Nature Fun for Kids!

The National Audubon Society’s colorful and engaging educational program for elementary-age youngsters offers both printed and online materials. They are available in a variety of formats and subjects suitable for classroom groups, libraries, afterschool clubs, science and nature camps, and…