Springfield Audubon Society Presents:
3rd Thursday Program
Adams Wildlife Sanctuary
~ Scientific Value of Bird Banding~
December 19th – 6:00 pm

Presented by Tony Rothering, LLCC

Please join us as Tony Rothering, LLCC Biology Professor and a permitted bander with the Lincoln Land Association of Bird Banders discusses the scientific value of bird banding. 
Tony will also provide us with an update on bird banding projects in the Springfield area.

*Please note the time change to 6:00 pm.

~ Join Us ~

If you would like to be a part of our Volunteer Team, please consider:
Assistance with our Education Programs (Feeder Watch, Bird Detectives, Nature Hikes)
3rd Thursday Events (set-up, tear down, refreshments)
Thursdays with the Stewards of Adams (Groundskeeping, Maintenance, Stewardship)
If you’re interested, please contact us via email:
springfieldaudubon@gmail.com
Or stop by Adams Wildlife Sanctuary on Thursday mornings, 9 a.m. to 11 a.m.

It’s time to watch the birds again at Adams Wildlife Sanctuary as part of the Cornell University Feeder Watch Program.
2019 marks the 9th season for us, and last fall/winter we saw 29 different species of birds!
If you are interested in participating this year all are Wednesday mornings from 8:45 till noon.
Contact Mary Grundel at jgrundel@sbcglobal.net or Donna Holinga at dholinga@gmail.com.

The dates are:
December 18
January 15 & 29
February 5 & 19
March 4 & 18
April 1

Upcoming Events!

Adams Wildlife Workdays
Thursdays ~ 9am to 11am

Hosted by Friends of the Sangamon Valley
Work gloves and boots recommended, all other equipment provided.
544.2473 ~ Adams Wildlife Sanctuary

Save the Dates!

Annual Meeting & Potluck
January 5th

Seabirds of the Hawaiian Islands
Vernon Kleen
Details to follow!

 

Prairie State Conservation Coalition (PSCC) is a non-profit organization created to assist conservation land trusts, land owners, and communities in their efforts to protect land and water resources in Illinois. This Hike App was created with the support of PSCC, the Donnelley Foundation, and the Grand Victoria Foundation to further enhance public awareness and foster community interactions with Illinois natural areas and open lands. With this App, land trust organizations in Illinois now have an outlet to provide interactive tours of their project sites. These tours are guided by GPS and conveniently available on your mobile devices. The Hike App leads you through an interpretive hike in a natural area of your choosing. Limited hikes are currently available; more hikes are coming soon. This app features the history of Adams Wildlife Sanctuary, as well as, detailed maps of the property.