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Becoming an Amos Butler Audubon Society member means that your money stays here in Central Indiana. Your membership and donation at the local level allows us to fund conservation and education projects in Central Indiana. Without your help we would not be as successful as we have been since 1938. Click HERE to learn about the benefits of becoming a member.

Birdathon 2018 Begins!

We are on a mission to benefit the birds of central Indiana. We have exciting projects for 2018 and need your support to fund the grants.

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LifeLines May/Jun 2018

Gardening for the Birds; International Crane Foundation; Cavities — The Good Kind; The Making of Daubenspeck Community Nature Park; Meet the Board: Adam Barnes; May Program: Dawn to Dusk: Two Young Birders Take on a Big Day; Indiana Young Birder Q&A with Aidan Rominger; Event Recaps; Lots of Local Hikes, Kankakee Sand Field Trip; Beers with Birders

April 28th, 2018|

Birdathon Begins!

It's time to donate to this year's Birdathon. We have a great lineup of grants this year and fourteen teams will be taking to the field soon for their big days. We wish all the teams luck as they scour the state in search of birds. And a special welcome to the new teams this year. We will be updating counts on the Birdathon page as the teams finish and report their totals. For more details on this year's grants, take a look a the Birdathon page, or go directly to the donation page to help us raise the $31,000 for this years grants. As always, thank you to all the generous donors that have made Birdathon a success for over 30 years. Make a difference! Make a pledge!

April 28th, 2018|

Latest Info

  • Adam & Sara Wilson and Carole Blaser putting up bird boxes

Greenfield Birders Install Nesting Boxes

March 31st, 2018|Categories: Featured, Information|

  • Golden-crowned Sparrow

LifeLines Mar/Apr 2018

February 28th, 2018|Categories: Featured, Newsletters|

  • Turquoise Jay

LifeLines Jan/Feb 2018

December 31st, 2017|Categories: Featured, Newsletters|

  • Ted Meyer accepting award from Donna McCarty

Ted Meyer Receives Donna McCarty Volunteer Service Award

November 30th, 2017|Categories: Featured|

  • Brad Bumgardner banding an owl

LifeLines Nov/Dec 2017

November 1st, 2017|Categories: Featured, Newsletters|

  • Dan Boritt with Penguin

LifeLines Sept/Oct 2017

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Amos Butler Audubon SocietyFriday, May 18th, 2018 at 3:49am
We had a great turnout of both birds and Birders at this morning’s Warbler walk at the Eagle Creek Park - Indy Parks and Recreation Marina! Here the group is all getting a look at a Canada Warbler found by Jonathan Yoerger.

If you missed the walk this morning and want to join in on the spring migration fun, be sure to head over to Ritchey Woods Nature Preserve tomorrow morning! There you can join Scott Enochs as he leads you on a walk looking for Warblers, Vireos, Tanagers, Flycatchers and more!

Spring Migrant Hike at Ritchey Woods event details can be found here:
https://www.facebook.com/events/441398289640959??ti=ia
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Amos Butler Audubon Society updated their cover photo.Monday, April 30th, 2018 at 1:58am
Spring migration is finally here! Thank you to Chuck Anderson for allowing us to use this beautiful photo of a Northern Parula at Cool Creek Park.
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Amos Butler Audubon Society added 3 new photos.Sunday, April 15th, 2018 at 1:11pm
Rainy weather can sometimes make for a great day of birding! The Greenfield Birders had a successful first walk of the spring migration season today at Thornwood Preserve! They netted 32 species including these highlights:
- Identifying all 7 Indiana Woodpeckers at one park!
- Yellow-throated Warbler
- Yellow-rumped Warbler
- Pine Warbler

The Greenfield Birders hold walks every 2nd and 4th Saturday morning (with a few exceptions) through fall. Big thank you to Adam Wilson for the follow up report and photos!

Be sure to check the Amos Butler Audubon Society's website event calendar for a full listing of other local hikes in our area this spring!

http://www.amosbutleraudubon.org/events/

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Wednesday, May 16th, 2018 at 12:18pm
**Upcoming Event Reminder**
Join Amy Hodson on a spring migrant walk at Eagle Creek Park on Thursday, May 17th, at Eagle Creek Park - Indy Parks and Recreation! Eagle Creek Park is one of the best birding locations... https://t.co/7VmoeOruMY
Tuesday, May 1st, 2018 at 11:03am
Sparrows, Orioles and Grosbeaks - Oh my!

Join Scott Enochs as he leads you on a trip to Kankakee Sands in search of breeding sparrows. Targets for the trip will include Song, Field, Vesper, Henslow’s, Grasshopper,... https://t.co/Xq3wjjcMco
Saturday, April 28th, 2018 at 11:36am
**Upcoming Field Trip Reminder!**
The warmer weather of Spring has finally arrived, and with it has come the resident Prairie Warblers at Sodalis Nature Park!

Join Mark Welter at Sodalis Nature Park in Hendricks... https://t.co/YeGo6Pl0P1
Thursday, April 19th, 2018 at 11:02am
Did you know...

Eagle Creek Park - Indy Parks and Recreation is hosting their FIRST Birding Festival this Spring on May 12th, 2018! Choose between guided birding hikes around the park, dissect owl pellets, and even... https://t.co/U6g5ZsyPwk
Sunday, April 15th, 2018 at 10:11am
Birding in rainy weather can sometimes make for a great day! The Greenfield Birders had a successful first walk of the spring migration season today at Thornwood Preserve! They netted 32 species including these... https://t.co/tNm0dOylIP
Monday, April 9th, 2018 at 11:07am
Thank you to the fun group of birders that joined us for today's field trip to "The Burn" in search of Smith's Longspurs! We saw 24 species, including over 100 Smith's Longspurs! It was a wonderful day to be out in the field with great birds and birders.

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