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Great summer reading for you history buffs who want to know how Sacramento Audubon got started and who the major players were. Archive
1. Next General Meeting - Sept. 19, 2019Meetings are at Effie Yeaw Nature Center. Meetings
2. Trips/Tips for Beginning Birders and Ducks in Scopes. The new fall schedule is ready-check it out!Activities
24. Read about the new Environmental Conservation Tips series and the Education Committee‘s 2019-20 goals in the June Observer. Do you have an Environmental Conservation tip, idea or suggestion to share? Email email@example.com.
25. Sacramento Audubon Grants and Donations. Information
26. Ready to plant native plants in your garden? Check out the California Native Plant Society's annual plant sale - Sept. 28th and 29th. flyer and press release
29. Fall is here and so are the Sandhill Cranes we love. Volunteers are needed immediately for Sandhill Crane Conservation Survey on Staten Island. Dates are flexible. Information and contact.
The Society's mission is to:
a) promote the protection and scientific study of wild birds; b) promote the enjoyment and appreciation of wild birds through community outreach; c) provide, encourage and support environmental educational opportunities; and d) provide proactive leadership in the conservation of open space in the Sacramento region.
SAS is an incorporated 501c3 non profit organization located in the Central Valley of Northern California.
Welcome to the Sacramento Audubon Society
The Sacramento Valley is in the Great Pacific Flyway which is the bird migration route from Alaska to Mexico. In Sacramento you can see about 250 species of birds. Trips organized by the Sacramento Audubon Society go north to Sacramento Wildlife Refuge, east to the Sierra foothills & mountains, south to the San Joaquin River delta, and west to the Pacific Ocean (see map). In this region, one can see up to 400 species of birds. You can enjoy seeing this great variety of birds whether you go birding on your own or join us for half-day, full-day, or 2-day trips. We invite you to become a member of the Society and help in conservation and preservation efforts. We also encourage donations to support the various programs of the Society - check out our profile on Givingedge-Guidestar .
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You can become a member of the National Audubon Society and/or the Sacramento Audubon Society. Each Society has monthly magazine or newsletter. Local membership dues and donations are used strictly for local programs. For details on Membership, click here.