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The Louisville Audubon Society meets every month where we host guest speakers and talk birds. We also lead field trips, seminars, and classes. Keep up to date with the happenings at the Louisville Audubon Society by watching this space for upcoming events.
We’ll board 15 seat Voyageur canoes belonging to David Wicks & Get Outdoors KY, to travel from the Community Boat House at Waterfront Park to the confluence of Beargrass Creek at the Ohio, down the old canal to the MSD pumping station and to Beargrass Falls. Reservations & signed wavier due by Oct. 11th. Bring a brown bag lunch, drinks provided, must be able to board a canoe and sit without back support for 3 hr. trip. Bring cameras and binoculars for birding. Joining us will be members of the KY Society of Natural History. A unique educational opportunity in an outdoor classroom.
Dick Dennis, Naturalist from Bernheim, Louisville Sustainability Council member, will update the plans and projects underway for Beargrass Creek. Projects were designed by U of L Honors Class in which Dick was student. This talk ties in directly with our Paddle Tour of Beargrass Creek on Saturday Oct. 18th.
Join us for our monthly meeting presented by Tony Brusate, President of Central KY Audubon Society (formerly Buckley Hills Audubon) in Lexington, KY. With special guest appearance of live Barn Owls from Raptor Rehab of KY (RROKI). Why Barn Owls? We’ll find out! Tony will present the story of his Audubon chapter and National Audubon Society’s Collaborative Funding Project; Building Barn Owl Nest Houses for local (Lexington area) wineries. With some surprises in store! Check out this video on Central KY Audubon’s Facebook page of a Barn Owl release.
Check out the latest photos submitted by LAS members. To add your photos to the gallery, go to our Flickr page and upload them now! We can’t wait to see what birds you’ve seen lately!