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“The mission of Red Rock Audubon society is to promote the enjoyment and protection of birds and other wildlife though recreation, education, conservation and habitat enhancement in southern Nevada and adjacent areas.”
“We envision environments of southern Nevada and adjacent areas that contain the full complement of native birds and other wildlife, and communities that enjoy, respect, and care for these natural resources.”
A true conservationist is a man who knows that the world is not given by his fathers, but borrowed from his children.
~ John James Audubon
The Red Rock Audubon Society is a chapter of the National Audubon Society. The chapter was formed in 1976 and is actively involved in communities across southern Nevada. As a local Audubon organization, we are dedicated to the conservation of habitat for birds and other wildlife across southern Nevada. Red Rock Audubon Society conducts field trips, habitat restoration projects, education programs, workshops and monthly general membership meetings. All activities are open to the general public.
It is that time of year when the Audubon Society conducts the annual Christmas Bird Count.
There are 6 CBC circles in Southern Nevada starting on 12/15/17 with the last count on 1/1/18. To get more info and sign up for one or more CBC visit our Field Trips and Special Events page.
For more about the CBC check out History of the Christmas Bird Count.
Buying Federal Duck Stamps is among the simplest ways that anyone can participate in wildlife and habitat conservation.
Purchase a Federal Duck Stamp, online directly from the United States Postal Service.
Hummingbird Fans – Oct 18th, 2017 More info…