Great Egret, by Judith Collins

Smoky Hills Audubon

Serving birders in North Central Kansas

Contact Dan Baffa for more infomation at 620-271-8891
or send†an†e-mail to

Mailing Address: SHAS, PO Box 2936, Salina, KS 67402-2936

Our Chapter History:
Kansas Bird Checklist Project:

Find information on Backyard
Habitat Certification under Tab labeled Certify Habitat

Birders with binoculars
Find more images and
regular posts at our† Facebook page.

Current Events and News

Our FREE January 2016 program is on Thursday, at 7 pm with a half-hour social, followed by the talk at 7:30 pm.
Topic: Environmental Geology at Work in Your Community
Is it under your feet? In your drinking water?? In the air you breathe??? Pollution that lives beneath the surface can seep into our lives in many different ways. Geology comes to the rescue by helping us understand how pollutants move underground and impact our world. Join Wesley McCall as he discusses environmental geology, what it is, how itís studied and how itís used to help the local community. Heíll also share about the environmental investigation at the former Schilling Air Force Base.
Please RSVP to Dan Baffa at if you wish to attend the pre-talk 5:30 pm dinner. Updated Dinner Location: Martinelli's, 158 S. Santa Fe, Salina

Read more about January 2016 speaker under tab labeled Speakers.

Join us to bird - On Saturday, 13-February join us during our Great Backyard Bird Count (GBBC) that will run from 12-15 February - Its FREE and open to all, whether expert birder or beginner. Find link with detailed information under CBC/GBBC banner tab. Also, please review at your convenience the ABA Code of Birding Ethics HERE. Learn more about the American Birding Assoication on thier webpage

Sign Up for Dillons Community Rewards Program to help our chapter, our Chapter NPO number is 86468. See details and link under tab labeled Join/Donate.

Also click on tab†labeled†Join/Donate to learn about membership options, including Chapter-Only Membership

We monitor the bluebird trail at the sanctuary, promote conservation education, certify bird-friendly backyards, and coordinate with local organizations for Bird watching events.

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