Sacajawea Audubon

February 8th Program – “Avian Roles, From Behaviors to Similarities”

GREY HERON (courtesy Carol Polich)

GREY HERON (courtesy Carol Polich)













Join Sacajawea Audubon for our February 8th program that will feature nature photographer, Carol Polich. Well published throughout the west, locally, & internationally with her photos and adventure travel stories, she will present an exciting, visual and musical lecture on bird behavior and similarities between birds spanning a variety of continents.

Polich’s photos are also exhibited in 2 published books: “Portrait of Paradise” which covers the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem took 14 years of film work and published  through Farcountry Press (Helena, 2007); with her many travels throughout southern Africa from 1987-2010, a mammal survival behaviour book idea was accepted by Random Struik Publishing, Capetown with the result being “Wildlife of Southern Africa” (2010). The photos cover 21 years of diligent photography.

Sacajawea Audubon meets every 2nd Monday of the month, September through May. Our meetings are held at Hope Lutheran Church, 2152 W. Graf (off of S. 19th). Come for the social beginning at 6:30 p.m. A short chapter meeting starts at 7 p.m. with the program following after.  Our programs are free and open to the public.

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Which heron is this? (courtesy Carol Polich)

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SAS Book Group: Next Selection “”Of A Feather: A Brief History of American Birding”

Book Group's First Book of the New Year - Jan. 21st, 5:30 p.m.

The Sacajawea Audubon Book Group is reading Scott Weidensaul's Of a Feather: A Brief History of American Birding in January. It promises to be a fun and informative read by the author of Living on the Wind. The discussion begins at 5:30 in Hope Lutheran Church on January 21, 2016. All are welcome, but please let Adele Pittendrigh know if you are planning to attend for the first time. (

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