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White Mountain Audubon Programs 2020

As of March 26, the WMAS programs schedule will be posted for one month at a time. There have been many changes due to the corona virus pandemic. The most accurate information is that which can obtained closest to the date of occurring. WMAS has a full slate of interesting and varied speakers planned for the year and we hope to resume our General meetings very soon. The April 1 meeting is cancelled but keep checking for meeting dates thereafter. The meetings are held on the first Wednesday of the month (except in January and February). They begin at 6:30 pm. The location for the programs is the Pinetop Lakeside Town Council Chambers, 325 W. White Mountain Blvd., Pinetop-Lakeside. Please refer to this website for changes in meeting locations www.whitemountainaudubon.org. See separate Field Trips page for scheduled field trips.

For more information call Mary Ellen Bittorf (928) 367-2462 or Rob Bettaso (928) 368-8481. All are welcome at the General Meetings and Field trips.

MAY 6 Mary Williams will tell us about the birding world’s annual Global Big Day on May 9. We will look at the best spots in Navajo and Apache Counties to tally the most species on that day as well as year round. We also will be reminded of how to enter them on eBird. It should be especially interesting for those who have never used or seldom use this online program that not only makes us citizen scientists but also keeps track of our lists and helps us be better birders.

Mission Statement

White Mountain Audubon Society is dedicated to the enjoyment of birds and other wildlife by providing environmental leadership and awareness through fellowship, education, community involvement, and conservation programs in the White Mountains and surrounding areas.