Southwestern Idaho's Chapter of National Audubon Society

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Protections for the Greater Sage-Grouse are under threat, but you can help. Speak up for the sage grouse by attending a public scoping meeting and sharing your comments with the BLM and Congress.

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Our mission is to build an understanding, appreciation, and respect for the natural world to conserve and restore ecosystems for birds & other wildlife.

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Tickets on sale now for our 

Annual Banquet & Auction!

Saturday, March 10th, 2018 6:00pm 

at the Red Lion Downtowner

Click here for tickets & event info

Program & Events Calendar

Join us for a field trip!

Whether you're an avid birder, a beginner, or just interested in getting outdoors to appreciate wildlife and public lands, we've got a field trip for you! Our field trips are free and open the public and many are geared towards families. Click on each event for details, or for more information visit our field trips page. 

Have a field trip idea? Share it with us! If you are interested in leading a trip or if there is a particular place you would like to visit, contact our Field Trip Coordinator, Alex at: alextakasugi@cableone.net.

Note: Before leaving for a program, please check our calendar in case of cancellation.

Supporting conservation has never been easier.

With 98% of Duck Stamp revenues going directly towards acquiring and protecting wetland habitat for the National Wildlife Refuge System, Duck Stamps are a terrific way to show your support, and make a difference.


My Kitchen Window & the Legacy of Hilda Larson

Hilda Larson began writing columns for Golden Eagle Audubon Society in the 1980s, and for the Southwestern Idaho Birds Association in 2007, contributing stories, observations, as well as cartoons and sketches for the newsletters. She continued writing for both organizations until her passing in 2014.  

Hilda wrote with great warmth, curiosity, and humor. Now you can enjoy a collection of her columns and sketches in My Kitchen Window, complied by Sue Norton and Cathy Eells, with book design by Niels Nokkentved. The collection also includes a history of Hilda and Al Larson's project of setting up blue bird trails in Idaho. Proceeds from the book go to GEAS and the Southwestern Idaho Birds Association.

How to purchase My Kitchen Window

Copies are $13. Contact Sue Norton or Cathy Eells:

Golden Eagle Audubon Society
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Your membership provides GEAS, an all volunteer organization, the ability to do meaningful work in our community. 

Consider joining us today!


Contact us: P.O. Box 8261 | Boise, Idaho | 83707
info@goldeneagleaudubon.org
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