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Sunday Morning Bird Walks March 2 - May 25

Audubon Nature Shop
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Beth's favorite reference book: Crossley ID Guide. A choice of many bird field guides. Identi-flyer Lyric, a great way to learn bird songs. Binoculars, feeders and much more. A
variety of new children's books. Come shop and save with your 10% member discount.



BirdNote is a 2-minute radio show. Visit http://birdnote.org/ for more info.
Note: BirdNote is not the CCAS bird sighting listserve, Birdnotes.

May Program:
"Avian Research Reports"

Thursday, May 1, 7 PM
Urbana Free Library Auditorium
The 2013 recipients of Kendeigh grants from Champaign County Audubon Society will present. Christine Roy will discuss her research on avian life history factors that influence infestation by ticks. Tyson Dallas will discuss his research on Habitat use and nest-site selection of the Red-headed Woodpecker.

May 11 to 18
Champaign Count Audubon's annual fundraiser for our Kendeigh Fund Scholarships for bird studies in Illinois will take place during the week of May 11 to 18. Choose a team and pledge for the number of bird species they observe. Pledge form.

Sunday Morning Birdwalks
Sundays, March 2- May 25, 2014

Meet at the Anita Purves Nature Center parking lot, 1505 N. Broadway, Urbana, at 7:30 AM. Walks in the nearby Busey Woods and Crystal Lake Park officially last about 1 1/2 hours (though some intrepid birders stay later).

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Audubon en Español
The National Audubon Society has launched a new section of their website, Audubon en Español, which will be the digital face of Audubon in the Spanish-speaking community. Audubon en Español, which you can access at http://espanol.audubon.org/ will be a new voice for birds – and will help make Audubon accessible to a diverse new audience.

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