2019 Arkansas Audubon Society convention
Experience the delights of Fall Birding at the 2019 Arkansas Audubon Society (AAS) Spring convention, which will meet Friday, Nov. 15 through Sunday, Nov. 17 at the Hampton Inn and Arkansas Tech University in Russellville. The convention will feature birding field trips and special presentations. Additionally, participants will enjoy a silent auction, door prizes, and opportunities to network with other wildlife enthusiasts. Friday registration lasts from 4 – 5:30 p.m. in the breakfast room of the hotel.
Friday evening's presentation will be “A Longitudinal Study of Interior Least Tern Nesting Ecology in Arkansas (2001–2019)” by Thomas E. Nupp, a Professor of Wildlife Science and Fisheries and Wildlife Program Director, Arkansas Tech University.
Saturday afternoon presentations will include Bluebird Dinner Time (a short video), “Survival by Degrees” a National Audubon Bird and Climate Report, “The Tenor, the Mouse, and the Mocking Bird”, and a report from attendees of the National Audubon Convention in Milwaukee.
Saturday evening’s highlight is “The Ecology of the Great American Bald Eagle” by guest speaker Mike Martin, professional photographer and owner of the Ozark Nature Gallery.
Registration is open now through the first night of the conference. Convention registration is $20 per person for members, $30 for non-members, and $10 for students if registered by November 1; after that, it is $25/$35 for AAS members and non-members respectively. Children under 16 are free with the purchase of an adult registration and students are $10. Saturday night dinner are an additional charge. A downloadable brochure about the society, convention registration form, accommodations, and a complete meeting agenda are available at www.arbirds.org/.
For more information please contact Samantha Scheiman at Samantha.email@example.com.