All programs occur on the third Tuesday of the month and begin at 6 pm.
Just as many schools and organizations are having classes and meetings virtually due to COVID-19, Evansville Audubon will begin the new season using the Zoom application for virtual programs and meetings.
Invitations with a link will be sent to each person who sends an RSVP email to firstname.lastname@example.org. The link will get you set up on your phone or computer (wherever you read your emails). You do not need to have a camera or microphone on your device to participate, but it does add to the experience.
Virtual Programs 2020-21
Online Birding Resources and Applications
Evansville Audubon Society
Brian will discuss the online resources and applications that birders can use to enhance their knowledge of birds and assist in their identification. There are some exciting and new resources beyond the field guides we have grown up using, so be sure to tune into our first virtual program to learn more.
Remember, that in order to participate virtually through Zoom, you must RSVP before Tuesday, Sept. 15, by emailing email@example.com to receive your Zoom invitation link.
Invasive Species of Southern Indiana
Retired Extension Educator
Larry will cover the identification of various plants in our area, and why they are such a problem. This program should be a good follow up to the Weed Wrangler event at the North Woods Trail where volunteers will be eradicating invasive plants in Ingleheart Park on October 3, 2020. (See details on the Events and News page of this website)
Remember, that in order to participate virtually through Zoom, you must RSVP before Tuesday, October 20, by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org to receive your Zoom invitation link.
Great Lakes and Indiana Climate Campaign
Great Lakes Audubon Staff
Troy Peters, Engagement Manager;
Erin Rowan, Conservation Science Associate;
Marnie Urso, Policy Director
The Audubon Great Lakes presentation will include updates on the Great Lakes Region presented by Troy Peters. Erin Rowan will then give an overview of the Survival by Degrees report. Finally, Marnie Urso will give a detailed discussion of Audubon's Indiana Climate Campaign. Please join the Great Lakes Audubon staff to share your observations on how we can work together towards climate solutions.
Remember, that in order to participate virtually through Zoom, you must RSVP before Tuesday, November 17, by emailing email@example.com to receive your Zoom invitation link.
Bird Friendly Native Plants
Goldfinch Native Plant Nursery
5320 Mesker Park Drive
Goldfinch Native Plant Nursery is a new area business that opened in August 2020 that specializes in native plants that grow best in our area and that can be used to replace troublesome invasive species. Adam will talk about the nursery, how it became established, and what area natives they can provide. In October we heard from Larry Caplan about invasive species in our area and now Adam can give you an idea of natives to plant.
Remember, that in order to participate virtually through Zoom, you must RSVP before Tuesday, December 15, by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org to receive your Zoom invitation link.