2012 - 2013
Monthly Member Meetings
Please note new location!
Meetings are held at the
Southeast Regional Library
775 N. Greenfield Road
The second Tuesday of the month
September through April
from 7pm to 9pm
Doors open at 6:30pm
- Sarah Luna of the Audubon Western Rivers Action Network
will be talking about the initiative to help preserve our rivers.
- Landscaping for Wildlife
- Achieving a diversity of birds through landscaping. Speaker:
A homeowner can add wildlife as an added dimension to the landscape using water features, borrowed
landscaping, plant structure, plant diversity and plant productivity. Also discussed is water
conservation; what do we do with the water we conserve?
Russ Haughey is the Executive Director of the Center for Native and Urban Wildlife and teaches Environmental Biology
at Scottsdale Community College.
- Bird Migration & Wildlife Photography
Please join us for this talk on bird migration and wildlife photography given by ASU Polytechnic Senior Instructor for Wildlife
Restoration and Ecology, Stan Cunningham.
- Liberty Wildlife Live Raptor Presentation
- Bring the kids and grandkids and join us at 6:30pm
for a live raptor presentation by Liberty Wildlife Rehab Foundation.
This is always a special program, visually exciting and enjoyed by all ages. All your questions will be answered about each of the beautiful
creatures our Liberty Wildlife handlers bring to us.
Desert Rivers Audubon runs on volunteer power!
If you like to get your hands dirty, you'll enjoy our Hummingbird and Burrowing Owl Habitat Projects.
Love technology? We need your help with monthly AV setups, social media, mobile technology and citizen scientist databases.
If you enjoy passing along your love of birds and the outdoors, we train bird walk leaders.
Contact Volunteer Coordinator Anne Koch firstname.lastname@example.org
The Gilbert Family Walks are held every third
Saturday, October through March, at the Gilbert Riparian Preserve on
the southeast corner of Guadalupe and Greenfield Roads in Gilbert, east
of the library. 30-45 minute walks start at 8AM and run
More info here
Both Walks are free, and we provide expert guides, loaner
binoculars, Bird Bingo for kids and learning opportunities for adults, high school science classes and Scouting
Wildlife is present at all walks with LIVE RAPTORS and
teachers to teach you and your family about various Arizona raptors.
The Chandler Family
Walks are on first
Saturdays, November through April, at the City of Chandler's Veterans Oasis Park at 4050
E. Chandler Heights Rd in Chandler, near the Env. Ed. Center building.
(NE Corner of Chandler Heights Rd. and Lindsay Rd.) These walks also run 8AM to noon.
More info here
Check back for more special events!