Upcoming events

All meeting and events are free and open to the public.  Please join us for an adventure.

 

Nov 6    ***Meeting change in date and location***  " Environmental effects on birds in the Tar Creek Superfund area", Heather LePage, biology reasearcher at Univ of Ok; meeting will be held at Trinity Baptist Church at  206 Elk Street behind Pizza Hut in Grove

Dec 11   Holiday Dinner 6 pm  Please bring a covered dish to share.  Everyone is invited.    [This will be the first meeting at the newly remodeled Trinity Baptist Church at 4th & Main, Grove.]

Dec 17   Christmas Bird Count, F. Houck, 918 787-6532; volunteers needed, dinner at Cosby’s

Jan 8   “Wildlife around Grand Lake”, Bob Livesay, local professional photographer

Jan 20   Eagle Watch, depart 6:00 am, F. Houck 918 787-6532, breakfast in Arkansas

Feb 12 “Monarch Butterflies”, Val Frankoski, Wildcat Glades Conserv & Audubon Cntr, Joplin, MO

Mar 12  "Wildflowers - the good, the bad, the invasive", Amy Buthod, Botanical Spec at Univ of OK

Mar 24   Birding field trip to Oxley Center, depart 7:30 am bring sack lunch; S. Sullins 918 786-2638

Apr 9  "Notes from recent birding field trips", Dr. Doug Wood, PhD, Ornithologist and Professor of Biological Science, SE OK State Univ, Durant

Apr 28   Birding field trip to Spavinaw Creek area, depart at 8:00 am, bring sack lunch; S. Sullins 918 786-2638

May 8   Birding field trip, "Birder Weekend-Arkansas", depart 5:45 am, lunch available at event; F. Houck 918 787-6532

May 12  "Dragonflies", Michael Patton, PhD, Professor, OK biological Survey, Univ of OK

May 19  Birding field trip to George Washington Carver,see links; depart 7:00 am, bring sack lunch; J. Beyer 787-5188

Jun 11   Annual Pot Luck Picnic, 6:00 pm location TBA

Jun 13 "The Beauties of Nature", Tom Whipple, Local Nature PhotographerNov 9 "The Beauties of Nature", Tom Whipple, Local Nature PhotographerDec 14 "The Red-cockaded Woodpecker", Clay Barnes, Wildlife Biologist Technician, McCurtain County Wilderness AreaSep 26 Grey Snow Eagle Rehab House; depart 6:30 am; FJan 23JjFeFF FebA

Membership

Local Chapter only

Opportunities for membership include joining our local chapter only or joining the National Audubon Society.  The local chapter only membership will give you access to the quarterly newsletter, local chapter voting, and ability to hold a chapter office.  The dues are $15.00 per year per family.   When you join our Chapter, your membership dues are devoted entirely to supporting local issues, programs at our monthly meetings, field trips, education and conservation programs, the website and the quarterly newsletter.  Please copy and print out the following form and mail it with a check or money order for $15.00 to:  GLAS,  PO Box 451813, Grove, OK  74345-1813.

 

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National Audubon Society

The membership in the National Audubon Society will give you access to an award-winning bi-monthly publication, membership in a local chapter, information on workshops and ecology camps,  special offers on Audubon licensed products including apps and discounts on Avis rental cars.  The suggested donation for the first year membership is of $20.00.  You can submit a membership application at National Audubon Society

                            

The National Audubon Society and our local chapter, Grand Lake Audubon Society, are nonprofit 501(c)3 organizations.

When you join with either a National or Chapter membership, you become part of an adventure -perhaps the greatest adventure of our time-the struggle to save our imperiled environment.  As a member you are joining a community of people who care about nature and support the work of our conservation network across America and around the world.  Our chapter believes that a struggle can be won.  Our chapter was started in 1987 and with each new member we become stronger.  In our chapter, everyone is important.  Whatever your interest, you can enhance the Grand Lake Audubon Society.  Please join us today.