Chicago Audubon's Environmental Awardees; upcoming programs; book review, Spring Bird Count, Local Conservation Roundup, and much more.
Our lead feature tells you what CAS is doing to make Chicago A Safer City for Birds, including the formation of a new alliance, Bird Friendly Chicago, and FAQs for a proposed Bird-Friendly Building Ordinance.
In this issue you'll find complete information and ordering instructions for our annual bird seed sale, articles about the CBCM hotline and how to keep your feeders safe and sanitized for birds, plus our Calendar of Events including notice of our September program, Beasts at Bedtime: Revealing the Environmental Wisdom in Children’s Literature (you won't want to miss it). We hope you enjoy the issue!
Read a profile of photographer Emil Baumbach, winner of CAS's 3rd Annual Photo Contest, plus our Calendar of Events, notice of our September program, Beasts at Bedtime: Revealing the Environmental Wisdom in Children’s Literature (you won't want to miss it), and a book review of the fascinating Saving Tarboo Creek: One Family’s Quest to Heal the Land.
Important information about the Migratory Bird Treaty Act; winners of the Third Annual Chicago Audubon Photo Contest; announcement about future delivery of newsletter issues; summer calendar of events with a peek at the fall events.