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The Audubon Society of Omaha is dedicated to the active promotion of environmental awareness to our community through education, conservation and enjoyment of our natural heritage, especially birds. Become a member today!

Fragments

Take a sneak peek at the upcoming documentary "Fragments." This film is being produced by Alex Wiles in partnership with the Audubon Society of Omaha and will be released in the second half of 2019.

NEWS

Congratulations to the newly elected Board Officers and Directors! Additionally, the new Constitution and Bylaws have been approved by the membership and will take effect on July 1, 2019.

OFFICERS
President Bob: Wells
1st Vice President: Jackie Scholar
2nd Vice President: Virginia Stauffer
Treasurer: Betty Fullerton
Secretary: Shannon Engberg

DIRECTORS
Elizabeth Chalen
Grace Gaard
Anne Maguire

Did you know that this past summer, Audubon Society of Omaha helped fund the relocation of 233 prairie dogs? After their long-time prairie dog town site was sold and quickly turned into a soybean field, local conservation groups scrambled to save the lives of the remaining prairie dogs and ultimately relocate them to the Hutton Niobrara Ranch Wildlife Sanctuary. Hear about this amazing story from Laura Stastny, Executive Director of Nebraska Wildlife Rehab, Inc. and an invaluable leader of the prairie dog rescue team!

This year’s banquet will be held at Anthony’s Steakhouse. Reservations can be made online or through the mail. Reservations are due by Friday, May 10th.

Kristal Stoner Named Executive Director of Audubon Nebraska

The National Audubon Society and Audubon Nebraska announced the appointment of Kristal Stoner as Executive Director of Audubon Nebraska and Vice President of National Audubon Society. Kristal joins Audubon after a successful tenure at the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission, where she most recently served as wildlife diversity program manager.

As head of Audubon Nebraska, Kristal will oversee conservation strategies spanning across the state’s prairies, rivers, working lands, and bird-friendly communities. In the coming months, Kristal will meet with partners, donors, funders and chapter members to strengthen community connections and lay the groundwork for Audubon Nebraska to address new conservation challenges including drought, habitat loss and climate change.

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