Member's Night. NOTE!, This month only: Wednesday April 19, 7:15 at the Idaho Falls Public Library. Back once again by popular demand. We'll see the best picks from our most active birders. This is your chance to test your worldwide birding skills and hear the story behind the pictures. DON'T FORGET--WEDNESDAY.
International Migratory Bird Day. Snake River Audubon, Idaho Fish and Game, US Forest Service, National Wildlife Refuge, BLM, and NGO partners will have our event Saturday, April 29. Event information, resources, and refreshments will be available at the Mustang Event Center in down town Roberts. Out door events including a show by the Teton Raptor Center will center at the Gravesite on the West Marsh road a mile north of the restroom parking area.
Check out our Birding Resources page. We've added a few links, and the latest newsletter will be available there to view or download early in each month.
Texas Slough Power Line Project. Great news! Tim and Wendy's Crowdrise campaign to fund under-grounding of high voltage lines along part of Texas slough to eliminate trumpeter swan collision deaths has succeeded, and the overhead power lines are Gone!!! Thank you Tim and Wendy, and Thank you all for your generous donations. Some times the magic works!
For a beautiful heart warming and wrenching image of the sagebrush we and our beloved sage grouse live in, find "The Sagebrush Sea", on line, which aired on Idaho Public TV in 2015. Make sure you have your ears on; the sound track is as spectacular as the visuals. This film is a game changer.
And here is a link to an exhibit at the Smithsonian American Art Museum titled "The Singing and the Silence: Birds in Contemporary Art". Click on, "View the online gallery" to take a virtual tour. Truly excellent.
Our Face Master puts up some great photos.
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