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Eastern Kingbird by Mike Benkis

Field notes from the President

The Audubon Society of Omaha (ASO) is spreading its wings once again as it resumes in-person monthly meetings at DJ’s Dugout, conveniently located off 114th and Dodge. After a period of virtual gatherings, members are excited to come together to share their passion for birds and conservation.
    The meetings have been a feathered success, featuring engaging presentations on a variety of topics, from bird feeding and planting for pollinators to insights into the fascinating world of turkeys. Attendees have found these discussions both informative and inspiring.
    As ASO looks ahead, the website calendar is a valuable resource for members and enthusiasts alike, providing details on upcoming programs and events. The programs committee is hard at work planning a lineup of captivating presentations for the coming year, promising even more opportunities for learning and connection.
    The Audubon Society of Omaha is also inviting new members to join its flock, with a special call for individuals with a financial background. ASO is actively seeking someone who can be trained to take on the crucial role of treasurer, contributing their skills to support the organization’s financial health.
    Whether you’re a seasoned birdwatcher or a newcomer to the world of avian appreciation, the Audubon Society of Omaha welcomes you to be part of its vibrant community. Join the flock, attend a meeting, and explore the fascinating world of birds and conservation.

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