Suds & Swifts

Join ABAS President, Rob Ripma, and Treasurer Ted Meyer for an evening out with Chimney Swifts!

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Piping Plover Field Trip

The Piping Plover field trip last weekend was a success! It's always nice when the species we set out to see decides to show up for the group! Big thanks to those that spotted the bird and helped to get the ENTIRE group a view!

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Coffee & Birds

Are you a coffee lover like me? Do you love birds? Why not support coffee growing that supports birds and produces some of the best coffee?

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Ruff in Indiana

Many birders were able to see a Ruff, a rare shorebird in North America, in Hancock County on Sunday after it was found by Don Gorney. The female bird is in the foreground in the photo.

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American White Pelicans

American White Pelicans have arrived in large numbers at Goose Pond Fish and Wildlife Area, Greene Co, IN!

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John Castrale Receives the Sagamore of the Wabash

Former non-game bird biologist for the DNR, John Castrale, receiving the Sagamore of the Wabash from Indiana Senator Crider. February 29, 2016, Supreme Court Room.

John Castrale Receives the Sagamore of the Wabash 2017-04-04T12:01:58+00:00

Wild Birds Unlimited Celebrates 35 Years

Happy 35th anniversary to Wild Birds Unlimited! That's founder, Jim Carpenter, standing in front of his first store in Broad Ripple.

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Killdeer in Winter

Killdeers winter in Indiana in fairly small numbers. So, it is a treat to see one in December and January. This was one of four birds seen at the Red Gold plant in Geneva, Adams Co., during the Limberlost Christmas Bird Count on Jan 1.

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ABAS Mourns the Loss of Carl Weber

Our friend and great supporter, Carl Weber, passed away on November 2. Carl, along with the late Bud Starling, were for decades the two pillars of the Indianapolis birding community. Carl's friendly persona and sense of humor charmed everyone who met him. He was a tireless supporter of Amos Butler Audubon and the birds. He will be dearly missed.

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