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






Long Billed Curlew Field Trip 

We are thrilled to announce a field trip with Research Biologist, Heather Hayes, as focused on Long-billed Curlews on April 20th, 2019. Along with a morning in the field, Hayes will present an engaging workshop on the past, present, and future of the species. Limited to 12 participants.

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Call for 2019 Golden Eagle Audubon Society Board Members!

Would you like to take an active role in the GEAS community? Do you have a skill that may be helpful for our organization? We would love hearing from you! 

If you are interested in joining our board of directors please read through our Board Expectations and fill out our Board of Directors Nominee Questionnaire by April 1, 2019. For more information email

Get a discount on high quality, bird-friendly coffee by ordering through our Coffee Club!

GEAS is partnering with Birds and Beans—a Smithsonian Certified Bird-Friendly brand—to offer a special rate on their coffee. Learn why the "bird-friendly" certification matters, and place an order with GEAS to get in on this fantastic discount.

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Al Larson's Bluebird Field Trips 

Join Al Larson this season as he shares his expertise and love for bluebirds along his trails.

May 11: Montour/Sage Hen

May 25: Oreana, Owyhees

June 8:  Prairie

June 15: Daggett Creek Picnic

Visit our events calendar below for details and to sign up.

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'Beginning Birding by Ear' learning opportunity 

Instructor David Potter is offering three sessions into the spring to learn many of our common local birds by call and song.  Each session includes two classes. $25 per session. Session Details & Registration 

Native Plant Network: News & Opportunities

GEAS is a key partner of the The Treasure Valley Native Plant Network, which works together to collect, germinate, propagate, and create banks of seedlings for planting in restoration sites around the Treasure Valley. This past year, Sean Finn represented GEAS and the Network and planted over 5000 native plants in the Treasure Valley!  For more info contact Sean Finn:

New Benefit Option for Members: Birds of North America Online

For just $8 per year, you can take your bird education to the next level with access to the Cornell Lab of Ornithology's Birds of North America Online (regularly priced $42 per year). This is the most comprehensive reference for the life histories of over 760 bird species that breed in the U.S. and Canada. You can purchase this optional membership benefit by logging into our Membership Portal. If you are already a member and don’t have a login account yet, contact us to get started at Not a member yet? Join today!

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