August 20, 2013

In Memoriam: Jane Ann Ellis

We at Columbus Audubon are saddened to learn that Jane Ann (Wells) Ellis recently passed away. Jane Ann and her late husband, William Ellis, were great […]
July 13, 2013

National Audubon President Highlights CA/GIAC Partnership

Dear Bill And Ca Friends, In the July-August issue of Audubon Magazine, national Audubon President and CEO David Yarnold shares “something magical happening in downtown Columbus, […]
September 21, 2012

Dr Bernard Master Hits Birding Goal

Dr. Bernard (Bernie) Master, longtime Audubon member, has reached a significant — and rather amazing — birding goal. We just received word that on September 11, […]
July 6, 2012
Johann Cozart

In Memoriam: Johann Cozart

Johann CozartJohann Cozart, dedicated member and volunteer for Columbus Audubon and the Grange Insurance Audubon Center passed away on Friday, June 29, after a battle with cancer.

December 8, 2011
Red-tailed Hawk - Photo Kirt Beiling:

Photo Contest Winners

Congratulations to Kirt Beiling and Tom Sheley for winning our recent photo contest. You may recall that the contest was designed to provide photos for our […]
December 26, 2010
John Wilson

In Memoriam: John Wilson

John D. Wilson, long-time Columbus Audubon board member and Treasurer, passed away on December 15.

October 2, 2010

Kestrels and Lightning, Oh My!

Hidden beehives?  Lightning strikes?  Angry birds?  The life of an American Kestrel nest box monitor is more hazardous than you might expect!  Check out Dick Tuttle’s […]
May 29, 2010

CA Award Recipients

Columbus Audubon has recognized several individuals with awards in 2010.  Dave and Roz Horn received Audubon’s highest national honor, the Great Egret award, for outstanding long-term […]
May 16, 2010

Bird Is the Word

Join us on Wednesday, May 26, at 7:00 pm at the Grange Insurance Audubon Center for a fascinating presentation by nature-writer Sy Montgomery based on her new book, Birdology: Lessons: Learned from a Pack of Hens, a Peck of Pigeons, Cantankerous Crows, Fierce Falcons, Hip Hop Parrots, Baby Hummingbirds, and One Murderously Big Cassowary.