Augusta-Aiken Audubon

Augusta-Aiken Audubon

Our mission is to educate the public about birds, other wildlife, and habitat, and to provide opportunities for our community to appreciate the natural world.

CHAPTER CONTACT PERSON

For All Questions Pertaining To The Augusta-Aiken Audubon Chapter, Please Contact Our President, Paul Koehler

pkoehler@audubon.org

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Meetings
Field Trips
Local Birding Sites
Membership
Newsletter
Board Members
Birding Links
Augusta-Aiken Area Bird Checklists
Revised Bylaws
Chapter Links
Chapter History
Chapter Water Monitoring Reports


Our January meeting will be 'SHOW AND TELL' where you can show off your nature photography skills. You do not have to be an Augusta-Aiken Audubon member to participate, however I am encouraging you to become a member (we have chapter memberships for those who do not want to join National Audubon).

The meeting will be Thursday January 11, 2018 at 7 PM at the North Augusta Community Center and you must be present to tell us about your pictures. Please submit up to 12 photos or PowerPoint slides (no videos) to John Demko at leveljohn7@gmail.com or via Dropbox by January 4 along with your name as you would like it to be displayed. Number your photos so that they will be in the order you would like to present them. If they are not numbered, John will put them in random order. If you use Dropbox, use your name in the file name to prevent confusion. John will send a confirming e-mail within a day or so back to you when he receives your photos. If you do not get a confirming e-mail after two days, send him an e-mail requesting confirmation.

This is our most heavily attended meeting so we ask that everyone coming bring a finger food (whether presenting or not). Drinks are provided."

John Demko


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