Our Mission

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

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What's New with GEAS?

Call for Volunteers! February 1st Tabling Opportunity at JUMP

We're looking for volunteers to table for Golden Eagle Audubon Society (GEAS) at the February 1st Kick-off party for the 25th Anniversary of the Morley Nelson Snake River Birds of Prey NCA. Volunteers will greet event guests and represent GEAS at our table while enjoying a fun and festive event! The event will include live birds of prey, live music, snacks and free beer from Lost Grove Brewing, local artwork, and interactive activities for kids and adults. Questions? Contact Lizzy Miskell: emiskell@goldeneagleaudubon.org

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Native Plant Restoration at Hyatt Reserve

Check out this great article by the Land Trust of the Treasure Valley, that features our work with numerous partners to engage community members in the restoration of native plants at Hyatt Reserve. 

March 2018 Banquet to feature Paul Bannick

This year our Banquet & Fundraiser will feature a special program with award-winning wildlife photographer Paul Bannick, featured in the National Audubon article "Let a Pro Teach You How to Take Great Owl Photos." We're excited for this program and hope you'll join us! Photo credit: Hawk Owl by Paul Bannick.

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Call for Award Nominations

Do you know of someone who goes above and beyond for birds or the environment? GEAS will recognize some of the outstanding people in our community at our Annual Banquet. Nominations must be submitted before February 12th. If you have questions please contact Liz Urban at lurban@goldeneagleaudubon.org. We welcome nominations for individuals, whether they work with GEAS or not, for any of the following categories: 1) Volunteer of the Year, 2) Educator of the Year, 3) The Conservation Award and 4) Lifetime Achievement Award.

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Programs & Event 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. Click on each event for details, or for more information visit our field trips page. 

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

Membership starts at just $20/year and supports our programs, education, conservation and advocacy work.


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"Golden Eagle Audubon Society" is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. P.O. Box 8261, Boise, ID 83707

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