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Eastern Kingbird by Mike Benkis

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The annual “fall” migration of birds is actually somewhat of a misnomer. Many species of birds actually begin their trek south long before the date we humans mark as the autumnal equinox, which falls on September 23 this year.

The Xerces Society’s Jennifer Hopwood will discuss relationships among “Plants, Pollinators and People” at September’s ASO General Meeting. Focusing on the conservation of invertebrates critical to bio diversity and ecosystem health, the Xerces Society provides resources and training for pollinators and beneficial insect habitat management, creation and restoration.

I recently had the pleasure of attending the National Audubon Society’s 2019 National Convention in Milwaukee, Wisconsin with the delegation from Audubon of Nebraska.

Audubon Society of Omaha’s two prairies buzzed with activity this summer, enhancing the ecosystem and the member experience.

Learn about what the Board has been up to this summer!

I would like to introduce myself to those of you in the Audubon Society who I haven’t had the pleasure to meet. I am the new president for the 2019-20 year. My involvement with ASO has spanned the last four years as a Board of Director and the 1st Vice President.