Upcoming Events

Dale & Elva Paulson program – tentatively Thursday, February 7th

For many years, a highlight of the Umpqua Valley Audubon Society calendar has been a slide show presented by Dale and Elva Paulson.  The topics have been varied - from the megafauna of Yellowstone National Park to the beauty and antics of the smallest insects.  Dale...
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Dale and Elva Paulson will lead their annual Raptor Run (raptor birding field trip) on Saturday, February 9, 2019.  There is little walking involved, and absolutely no running!  Bring your binoculars, spotting scope if you have one, and lunch.  We’ll meet at the BLM...
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Dead Owls Flying: A Story of the Great Gray Owl – Monday, October 22, 2018, 7 pm

Dead Owls Flying: A Story of the Great Gray Owl – Monday, October 22, 2018; 7 pm  Location:  Douglas Education Service District (ESD) Conference Room, 1871 NE Stephens, Roseburg, Oregon (Conference Room door is just to the right of the main door)  Biologist and...
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Next Board Meeting—October 17th

Board Meetings are regularly on the 3rd Wednesday of the month—skipping December, June & July. Meetings begin at 5 pm and are generally held at "The Roost", 637 W Balff (across Balff from Mark Hamm’s dental office, 1313 W. Harvard). For more details, to confirm...
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May 21, 2019 – Birds of Trinidad and Tobago

Martyn Kenefick, author of the popular field guide Birds of Trinidad and Tobago, presentation on the birds of Trinidad and Tobago, and the great conservation and education mission of the Asa Wright Nature Centre.  Details re: time and venue are pending - stay tuned,...
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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 or seas and shores; and collaborating with foresters, rangers, farmers, and other landowners to make working lands work for birds.

Connecting people with nature to inspire protection of our natural world
Umpqua Valley Audubon Society • P.O. Box 381 Roseburg, Oregon 97470  info@umpquaaudubon.org•