FAS Top Menu

Archive | News

Wings across the big sky

Wings Across the Big Sky 2017 – Latest News

Montana Audubon will conclude the marking of its 40th Anniversary year with a “birthday celebration” at the June Bird Festival. Join us and learn how Montana Audubon began as a fledgling organization and hear highlights from four decades of conservation successes! David Ringer, Chief Network Officer with National Audubon, will share insights on bird protection […]

Continue Reading
John Ashley LR

John Ashley Receives Award

John Ashley, well known to Flathead Audubon members, recently received the Bob Watts Communication Award from The Montana Chapter of The Wildlife Society at their annual meeting. The award is given for significant communication in media such as professional publications, popular wildlife articles, books, movies, or videos that have a relatively wide audience. John’s book […]

Continue Reading
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 […]

Continue Reading
Chirps and Squawks

May 2017 Chirps and Squawks

Highlights from April 3, 2017 Board Meeting Reviewed the treasurers report. Heard about numerous grant proposals already submitted or in the works. Held discussion on what would be required of FAS to host the 2018 State Bird Festival. Heard Education Conservation Educators report including the need for a Chairperson for the Education Committee and that […]

Continue Reading
FAS logo2

Candidates for Offices and Board Members for 2017-2018

At the May meeting, FAS will elect the President, Vice President and several Director positions. Nominees (with biographies) for these positions are: President—Kay Mitchell,:  The nominating committee has asked me to run again for president, and I have agreed to do so. The past 2 years have gone by very fast. We have added the […]

Continue Reading

Copyright 2016 Flathead Audubon Society