May 3, 2016
Kroger Logo

Re-Enroll in Kroger Community Rewards

If you have a Kroger card, it’s time to re-enroll for the new year of Kroger Community Rewards. (Kroger requires patrons to re-enroll for each May […]
May 1, 2016
Columbus Audubon Logo

New Columbus Audubon Membership Program

Our membership structure has changed! From now forward, whether you are a new friend or are renewing, we invite you to join us by becoming a […]
April 30, 2016

Save the Date: Ohio Avian Research Conference

The fourth annual Ohio Avian Research Conference will once again be held in the biology building of Denison University in Granville, Ohio on Saturday, October 22nd, […]
April 28, 2016
Red White and Boom 2016

July 4: See Red White and Boom from the GIAC

We all know about Columbus awesome Red, White, and Boom! July 4 fireworks display. This year the display is on Friday, July 1, and there’s no better […]
April 28, 2016
Grove at the Heritage Garden

Heritage Garden Information

In her recent presentation to Columbus Audubon, former Ohio first lady Hope Taft mentioned several resources for those interested in learning more about Ohio’s Heritage Garden. Let’s […]
April 27, 2016
Prof Edward H Burtt

In Memoriam: Prof Edward (Jed) Burtt

Professor Edward Burtt, universally known as “Jed” to his friends, passed away at home on Wednesday, April 27. Many of us in Columbus Audubon counted Jed […]
April 10, 2016
International Migratory Bird Day

Spread Your Wings: International Migratory Bird Day May 14

Come celebrate International Migratory Bird Day on May 14 from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm at the Grange Insurance Audubon Center! In 2016, International Migratory Bird Day […]
April 9, 2016
Toucan Barbet at Tandayapa

Toucans, Tourists, and Trashcan-Tarantulas: A Wilson Fund Report

Acknowledgments: I am grateful to many people for making this experience possible: First and foremost, to Iain Campbell of Tropical Birding for extending the offer for […]
April 7, 2016
Migration Map Based on eBird Data

Birders Do Citizen Science for Migration

The New York Times recently reported on how information from birders has helped to map bird migrations. Using data from Cornell University’s eBird system, ornithologists have […]