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GOT WOOD DUCKLINGS?

THREE WOOD DUCKLINGS/

Summer 2017

YES, INDEED, WE DO!

For more ducky details see our Connecting People With Nature projects page.

Mount Diablo Audubon Society is committed to the sustainable balance of our community's people, birds, other wildlife, and habitat through conservation, education, and advocacy. Everyone is welcome to attend our educational programs. Our next meeting, Waterbird Research and Conservation with Max Tarjan, will be held on Thursday, October 5 at Heather Farm in Walnut Creek.

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(From time-to-time, Actions recommended or taken by our Legislative/Conservation Committee will be featured here, with links to documents or suggestions for member participation)

Monthly Educational Programs:
Our monthly educational programs include guest speakers, unusual bird sightings, refreshments, and conversation. Visitors are always welcomed! If you'd like to receive our educational meeting notices, provide your email address and click "Notify Me".

Mount Diablo Audubon Society joins Meetup, Facebook and Twitter
The Meetup Group provides information about our field trips, educational programs, and volunteer activities. After you sign up with Meetup, you will automatically receive announcements about our upcoming events. Sign up now - it's free!

The Facebook Page posts event details and allow our members to share photos, action alerts, and host discussions about conservation and birding issues. Thanks for helping us reach our first milestone of 100 likes!

Our Twitter feed summarizes new Facebook posts, for when you're on the go. Follow us to stay in touch.

Young Birders Club:

Mt. Diablo Audubon Society sponsors the Mt Diablo Audubon Young Birders Club dedicated to all things birding, by and for young people. Young People and Parents are welcome. Contact Tracy Farrington at 925-788-6223, or at tracy_farrington@yahoo.com for more information.

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National Audubon
The Mount Diablo Audubon Society is a Chapter of National Audubon Society, Inc.

M D A S   U p d a t e s :

2017-9-16 
October Quail Available Online

2017-8-12 
New MDAS class posted on Education page - RAPTOR ID
- Page includes links to other local classes and online education resources.

2017-8-7 
2017-2018 MDAS Birding Trip Schedule Available

2017-8-3 
New Connecting People With Nature pages:
- Just For Ducks, "Barn-less" Owls, Bats On Our Bridges

2017-5-21 
MDAS Board approves letter opposing PGE tree removal as described in online petition.

2017-01-31 
MDAS Guidelines for Contacting Elected Representatives
- From our Legislative Committee

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East Bay Birds Sightings Yahoo Group:

Do you want to share your bird sightings with other Contra Costa and Alameda County birders? Would you like to know where birds are currently located?

You can now do both by joining the MDAS East Bay Birding Yahoo Group for bird watchers in Contra Costa County, Alameda County and the San Francisco Bay area.

If you don't have a Yahoo account, you will need to sign up for one. It is free and easy. Go to yahoo.com and click on Sign Up" at the top of the page.

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Fall is Coming - Order Your Breeding Bird Atlas Now!

The Breeding Bird Atlas of Contra Costa County by Steven Glover is available for purchase.  For each of the 161 species of the birds that breed in Contra Costa County, the book includes current and historical status, life history information, conservation  concerns, and range maps.  The book also contains 56 beautiful drawings by Dana Gardner.   This is a terrific book and a must have for birders.

Price: $15.00 (plus $3.31 postage) - Click Here to Order

Breeding Bird Atlas

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