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Common Redpolls in Flight – Photo Credit: Jake Bramante


Christmas is coming
Don’t panic just yet
Do think about gifts
Your gift getters get

A perfect gift have we
For your nature lover
This crowning achievement
They’ve yet to discover

With stories of mammals
And birds that are flocking
A perfect gift it makes
But too large for a stocking

It’s packed full of info
From flowers to deer
You’ll learn something new
Each day of the year

Buy for the photos
For our Audubon chapter
Get it for the info
Snag it for the raptor

So go ahead and buy one
Buy one, two, or three
Your loved ones will love you
And (to be perfectly honest), so will we!

You can own this fine calendar by purchasing one at our general meetings, online at our the Flathead Audubon Store, or by visiting many of our brick-and-mortar supporters which can be found here.

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Latest News

Wood Sandpiper - Photo Credit: Shantanu Kuveskar

Rare Birds Observed in Montana

The Montana Bird Records Committee (MBRC) recently accepted a new rare bird for Montana: the Wood Sandpiper. To quote the minutes of the meeting: “[h]ighlights in 2017 included the state’s 1st record for Wood Sandpiper (one of only a small number of inland North American records), the 3rd record for Mississippi Kite, and the 2nd […]

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Montana Bird Advocacy

New Montana Bird Advocacy Organization

The Montana Bird Advocacy (MBA) was established in 2017 in Missoula, Montana, and is in the process of becoming a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Our mission is to increase knowledge of the distribution, status, and biology of Montana’s native birds and to promote conservation of these birds and the habitats that support them. Although the MBA […]

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Educational Trunk Lesson in Action

Education Committee News – November 2017

by Gail Shay Linne, Education Chair Jay Sumner presented a program about Peregrine Falcons at the September general Audubon meeting. His three month old Peregrine was the evening’s highlight. Because these falcons were nearly extinct in Montana in the 1940’s and are now slowly making a recovery due to public awareness and education, Peregrines could […]

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Larry Berrin - Photo Credit: MT Audubon

New Montana Audubon Director

Montana Audubon announces the appointment of Larry Berrin as its new Executive Director. An avid birder, Berrin has dedicated his career of more than 25 years to conservation science and environmental education in multiple states including Pennsylvania, Vermont and Oregon.  Montana Audubon is a leader in wildlife conservation in Montana and one of the largest […]

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November 2017 Chirps and Squawks

Highlights from October 2, 2017 Board Meeting Kay Mitchell is pricing a 2nd vinyl FAS banner to be used by the Education Committee. The hawk watchers have surveyed 26 days and listed over 1800 raptors. Net profits from calendars sales were $2,620 to date. Carole Jorgensen will co-chair Conservation reviews with Lewis Young. The Birds […]

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