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Note: If you are a National Audubon member, then you are considered a member of Amos Butler Audubon if you live in our service area (Marion County and surrounding counties). However, the organization does not receive any money for your membership or donation to National Audubon. Your membership and donation at the local level allows us to fund conservation and education projects right here in Central Indiana. Without your help we would not be able to be as successful as we have been since 1938.
- Support for our chapter's educational programs, conservation projects, and research
- LifeLines, our bi-monthly chapter newsletter
- Support of Lights Out Indy and Wings Over Indy
- Invitations to members-only events
- Workshops and entertaining monthly program meetings
- An opportunity to unite locally with other individuals to advocate protection of the natural world.
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Lights Out Indy
To celebrate Amos Butler Audubon's 75th anniversary in 2013, we will be introducing you to 75 species of birds during the course of the year on our Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/amosbutler). Please share these accounts with family and friends and encourage[…]Read more...
Any birder worth their salt knows that birding is a continuous learning process. I've often said that it took me several years of birding before I realized I knew practically nothing about birds. Being impatient, I surely miss all sorts[…]Read more...
Snowy Owls cast a bewitching spell over most birders. Here in the Midwest, where the species can be considered rare, the news of a Snowy being sighted tends to draw flocks of birders to the location. And, that is the[…]Read more...
It's quite probable that "construction season" and Amos W. Butler Audubon have never been used in the same sentence. But, indeed, I am here to report that construction season has come to an end for Amos W. Butler Audubon. Construction,[…]Read more...
Several birders observed an immature Peregrine Falcon at Eagle Creek Park, Indianapolis, on October 1, 2011. By itself, the sighting was not very significant. Peregrines are regularly seen in migration cruising through the park, scattering other birds as they look[…]Read more...
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