UPCOMING EVENTS

The Flammulated Owl and why it would be my nominee for the “Who’s Whoo of Oregon” – October 2, 2019

The Flammulated Owl and why it would be my nominee for the "Who's Whoo of Oregon" (yup, even out-balloting the Great Gray Owl and Spotted Owl) Date:  Wednesday, October 2nd, 2019 Time: 7:00 p.m.  Location:  Roseburg Public Library, Ford Room Back by popular demand - Biologist and Professor Emeritus Leon R. Powers!!  Leon R. Powers, Ph.D. is Professor Emeritus at Northwest Nazarene University in Nampa, Idaho. In addition to various biology courses he taught Birds of Prey classes for 30 years. Currently, he is “Doc Hawk”, nature writer for Boy Scouts’ Boys’ Life Magazine, and is the author of the nonfiction books, A Hawk in the Sun (Ferruginous Hawk), Dead Owls Flying (Great Gray Owl), The...

Next Regular Board Meeting – September 18

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).  UVAS members are welcome to attend.  For more details, to confirm meeting location, or to get something on the agenda, contact Diana Wales at dwales215@gmail.com.  In lieu of an August board meeting, we'll be having a summer board retreat in late July.

Malheur National Wildlife Refuge program – September 11

Malheur National Wildlife Refuge program - the current state of the Malheur Refuge and the work Portland Audubon is doing there, presented by Teresa Wicks, Eastern Oregon Field Coordinator, Audubon Society of Portland and Bob Sallinger, the conservation director for the Audubon Society of PortlandProgram will be in the Ford Room of the Roseburg Public Library at 7 pm.  Stay tuned for more details as they are finalized.

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

PO Box 381, Roseburg, Oregon 97470 - info@umpquaaudubon.org