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5th Annual Young Birders Conference

June 30th, 2017|Events, Featured|

The Indiana Young Birders Club will be holding its fifth annual conference at the Cool Creek Nature Center on Saturday, August 19. The conference will feature speakers from the Indiana Young Birders Club as well as a keynote speaker.

  • Bird Hikers in the Woods

Brown County State Park Field Trip

June 4th, 2017|Events, Featured|

It was a beautiful morning to bird at Brown County State Park on the Amos Butler Audubon Society field trip. A fun group of 29 birders set out to hike some trails and see some birds. Of the 33 species we logged, the highlights were views of Worm-eating Warbler, Kentucky Warbler and Hooded Warbler!

  • Great Blue Heron Rookery

Rookery Preserve Trip

April 28th, 2017|Events, Featured|

There were plenty of Great Blue Herons to be seen and a wonderful talk by Amanda Smith of Hamilton County Parks and Recreation. It was very interesting to dive deeper into an individual species.

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Wings Over Indy

We have exciting news to share! Amos Butler Audubon Society is the recipient of a TogetherGreen Innovation Grant from National Audubon Society and Toyota. Amos Butler Audubon Society, and its partners, through the Wings Over Indy project, will support critical habitat projects in Indianapolis for Chimney Swifts and Common Nighthawks.

November 25th, 2010|Categories: Blog Posts, Featured, Information|

Goose Pond FWA Biodiversity Survey

Amos Butler Audubon Society (ABAS) was a primary sponsor of the Goose Pond FWA Biodiversity Survey that was held July 16-17. The event brought together the state's leading scientists and naturalists to conduct a baseline assessment of the flora, fauna, and water quality of the 8,000 acre property.

July 19th, 2010|Categories: Blog Posts, Featured, Information|


The Amos Butler Audubon Society Birdathon has a rich 20+ year history of providing funding for activities that promote the welfare of the birds of Central Indiana. For example, we have donated more than $100,000 to the American Bird Conservancy to protect land in Panama and Colombia.

June 25th, 2010|Categories: Blog Posts, Featured, Information|