Monthly Meetings & Programs

On the first Tuesday of the month from September through June, please join us for some social time and a fun, educational, or informative program. Anyone interested is very welcome!

Our September meeting was the first LIVE MEETING in over two years!  We have a great new modern meeting room at Evergreen Public Schools District Office at 13413 NE LeRoy Haagen Memorial Drive, Vancouver, WA.  It is almost directly across NE 136th Avenue from the Washington Dept. of Licensing office.   We will also be continuing to broadcast the meeting via Zoom for those that are unable or prefer not to meet in person.  All Vancouver Audubon members will receive a Zoom invitation via email.  If you intend to attend via Zoom, you must register in advance to receive the link to the meeting.  Zoom will also allow us to continue live streaming on Facebook. 

Social half-hour begins at 6:30pm, meeting and program will start at 7:00 pm.

Previous program recordings can be found on our Vancouver Audubon Society Facebook page and edited versions are now on our YouTube page.  Search YouTube for “Vancouver Audubon Society”.  

To view recordings of our previous programs, visit the Monthly Program Recordings.

Oct 4—FotoFest!

We will have a Show & Tell with all of the wonderful photos that you have taken this year.  If you want to highlight 3-5 (or more) of your photos from 2022 to share, this is your chance.  Please send electronic copies of your photos in small format with your full name in the email and a little story about each picture.  I will assemble a slide show with everyone’s photos, and those who provide photos will be a speaker presenting their photos.  Be warned – If I don’t get enough photos for a program, you’ll have to watch a slideshow of my family pictures. Send to: meetings@vancouveraudubon.org

Nov 1 — Birds and Beasts of South Africa

Local member Steve Bredthauer has recently taken three separate trips to South Africa to photograph birds and other wildlife.  Steve has put together a show highlighting the species that he discovered there. 

Want more? See the list of Bird Walks & Field Trips.
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