35th Annual Bloomin' Birdathon
The 35th Annual Audubon Naturalist Society Bloomin' Birdathon kicks off April 22, 2015 and runs through May 25, 2015. This is our biggest fundraising event of the year. How many wildflowers or birds can you count in 24-hours? Get sponsors or donate directly to support ANS's environmental education and conservation programs.
New! This year we're offering even more ways to participate. Enter the Bird House Build Off Contest. Or come to one of our Birdathon events: A Big Sit for ANS, Bird Eggstravaganza!, The Big Year Screening. Learn more and register today.
Sharman Apt Russell
Diary of a Citizen Scientist
Chasing Tiger Beetles and Other New Ways of Engaging the World
Saturday, April 4 at Woodend | Learn more and RSVP
Summer Camp Registration
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Tell Us What You Think
The vision of Audubon Naturalist Society (ANS) is to create a larger and more diverse community of people who treasure the natural world and work to preserve it. How does ANS provide high-quality programming options and member benefits to connect a wider audience to nature in the DC metro region? We’re interested in hearing from ANS members and non-members alike. Your feedback will help us explore future ways to expand ANS offerings. Take the Survey!
Yellowstone: Where Wild Things Roam
July 9-19, 2015
Leaders: Rob Gibbs & Mark England
Yellowstone is arguably the most beloved park in the United States, America’s first national Park, and a United Nations World heritage Site. With natural wonders almost too numerous to list, our travelers will enjoy the Park’s geysers and other geothermal features while searching for birds, mammals, butterflies and wildflowers. The itinerary includes visits to neighboring Grand Teton National Park. Learn more and register!