W e l c o m e :
GOT WILDLIFE INFO?
YES, INDEED, WE DO!
The MDAS Education Committee
(including Maren Smith and Rosalie Howarth, shown) has mounted an informative display designed by MDAS member Michele Sheehan, in the Rotary kiosk near the Heather Farm natural pond with support from Rotary and the City of Walnut Creek. The display features extensive explanations focusing on 40 bird species seen there (supplemented with an illustrated bird ID brochure
) and relevant conservation issues.
Mt. Diablo Audubon Society is committed to the sustainable balance of our community's people, birds, other wildlife, and habitat through conservation, education, and advocacy. Everyone is welcome to attend our educational programs. Our next meeting, Look Big! - Surviving Animal Encounters with Rachel Levin, will be held on Thursday, December 6, at Heather Farm in Walnut Creek.
MDAS WINTER CLASS NOW ENROLLING:
Gull Identification, as described on the Education Page
Monthly Educational Programs:
Our monthly educational programs include guest speakers, unusual bird sightings, refreshments, and conversation. Visitors are always welcomed! If you'd like to receive our educational meeting notices, provide your email address and click "Notify Me".
Mt. Diablo Audubon Society joins Meetup, Facebook and Twitter
The Meetup Group provides information about our field trips, educational programs, and volunteer activities. After you sign up with Meetup, you will automatically receive announcements about our upcoming events. Sign up now - it's free!
The Facebook Page posts event details and allow our members to share photos, action alerts, and host discussions about conservation and birding issues. Thanks for helping us reach our first milestone of 100 likes!
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Young Birders Club:Mt. Diablo Audubon Society sponsors the Mt Diablo Audubon Young Birders Club dedicated to all things birding, by and for young people. Young People and Parents are welcome. Contact Tracy Farrington at 925-788-6223, or at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.