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President Kay Mitchell at 2016 Potluck - Photo Credit: Linda Winnie

September President’s Column

Hello, everyone and welcome to our new Audubon year! I’m pleased to bring you a lot of “news!” Your officers and board members do listen to you, and not just to figure out what kind of a “bird” you are! Last year, you told us that the meetings were running too long. Point well taken. […]

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Photo Credit: Montana Peregrine Institute

September 2017 Program

Montana Peregrine Falcon Survey. Presented by Jay Sumner. The September 11 meeting of Flathead Audubon will feature a program on Montana’s Peregrine Falcons by Jay Sumner of the Montana Peregrine Institute. The Peregrine Falcon, considered by most authorities to be the fastest animal on this planet, was almost extinct in Montana in the early 1980’s. […]

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FAS on Parade - Photo Credit: Bob Smith

Flathead Audubon Marches in Bigfork 4th of July parade

  By Paula Smith. Flathead Audubon made its inaugural march in Bigfork’s annual parade on July 4, 2017! Donning costumes from FAS education trunks and carrying signs about our activities, a dozen members and friends plunged into the 6,000 to 7,000 spectators estimated to line Grand and Electric Avenues.       Our little and […]

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Boat tour on Flathead Lake - Photo Credit: Doug MacCarter

Trip to Flathead Lake Bio Station

By Doug MacCarter. On a beautiful June 19th, fifteen scientifically curious folks met at the Flathead Lake Biological Station to learn about birds and research conducted at the University of Montana’s field station at Yellow Bay. The group was met first by field trip leader Doug MacCarter, and later by the Station Assistant Director Tom […]

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2017 May editors (2)

FAS Presidents and Editors Honored at May Meeting

Flathead Audubon’s past Presidents and past Newsletter Editors were honored at the chapter’s end-of-the-year potluck meeting in May, as part of the chapter’s celebration this year of its 40th birthday. Click here to see their names and when they served. Over its 40 year history, FAS has had 17 volunteer Presidents. Under their leadership, the […]

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