UVAS Annual Meeting

By the terms our bylaws:  The Annual Meeting of the Chapter shall be held on the second Wednesday of  May each year, or at such other time as may be established by the Board, at which time new officers will be nominated and elected and take office the following July 1.  Notice of the Annual Meeting shall be posted on the Chapter website and, if other than on the second Wednesday of May, mailed to each member at his or her last known post office address reasonably in advance of the meeting.  Where practical, e-mail notification may be substituted for regular mail.   It's been exceedingly difficult to decide if/when/how we can do an annual meeting.  We will NOT be having a May annual...

Board Meetings – Next Meeting July 21

Board Meetings are regularly on the 3rd Wednesday of the month— generally skipping December, June & July. Meetings begin at 5 pm and are held at various locations. We will be having a June board meeting and possibly a July meeting as well.  The July meeting will be held on Diana's deck.  For more details or to propose something for the agenda, contact Diana Wales at dwales215@gmail.com. 

Umpqua Valley Audubon Society Coronavirus Update

For more than a year, many events including Migratory Bird Day/Earth Day, the Annual Meeting and Photo Show, programs and field trips have been postponed or cancelled.  We continue to monitor COVID risks in our community and looks forward to resuming regular activities soon.  We will send out e-mails and post event notices to our website and Facebook page once we are able to resume activities.

The Umpqua Valley Audubon Society

welcomes birders and nature enthusiasts to occasional field trips, programs, birding classes and other activities that encourage enjoyment, appreciation and protection of the beautiful valleys of the Umpqua.

Umpqua Valley Audubon Society is a chapter of the National Audubon Society serving central and coastal Douglas County, Oregon. For 100 years, Audubon has protected birds, wildlife and their habitats for the benefit of all life. Among National Audubon’s priorities are: saving the most important places for birds; combating climate change and mitigating its impacts; building bird-friendly communities and cities; protecting our seas and shores; and collaborating with foresters, rangers, farmers, and other landowners to make working lands work for birds.