The New, The Noteworthy & Upcoming Events

  • Project Puffin and the History of Hog Island

    "Project Puffin and the History of Hog Island" Presentation

    Thursday, February 11, 2016

    Join FCAS as Eva Matthews, program coordinator of Hog Island, Maine, gives a presentation on its history and Audubon's Nature Study Camp involvement. Learn more here.

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    Photo Gallery

    The photo gallery needs your fall and winter birds! Please submit any of your favorite photos for inclusion. Find out more here.

President's Corner

Election Results

by John Shenot

At our January meeting, the membership elected several officers and at-large board mem-bers to one-year terms. All of the people elected were either incumbent board members or had previously served on the board. I want to thank everyone who volunteered for these leadership positions. Following the elections, and with the new board’s approval, I appointed chairpersons for most of the standing committees named in our chapter bylaws. Committee chairs also serve one-year terms and sit on the board of directors. We still have a few vacancies I would like to fill, but I’m confident that FCAS is poised for success in 2016 with the following leadership:

President/Field Trip Chair, John Shenot; President-Elect, vacant; Vice-President/Membership Chair, Liz Pruessner; Treasurer/Finance Chair, John Waddell; Secretary, Scott Cobble; At-large Director/Hospitality Chair, Hildy Morgan; At-large Director/Audubon Colorado Council Delegate, Bill Miller; At-large Directors, Alan Godwin, Ron Harden, two vacancies; Program/Public Relations Chair, Jessie Meschievitz; Conservation Chair, Barb Adams; Education and Publications Chairs, vacant.



Find FCAS on Facebook for Field Trip Information

FCAS has a Facebook page where we post announcements about upcoming field trips, last minute changes to scheduled trips, and high-lights of most of our outings. Just click on the “Like" button in the plugin to Like our page! Our announcements should then appear on your wall. You can also click on "Fort Collins Audubon Society" to be taken directly to the Facebook page. Note: All field trips are also announced in the Ptarmigan and on our website.


Fort Collins Audubon Society

Serving Larimer County, Colorado, and Surrounding Areas.

The Fort Collins Audubon Society is a non-profit organization dedicated to nature appreciation, environmental education, and conservation activities.

FCAS Mission Statement

  • To promote the appreciation, conservation, and restoration of ecosystems, focusing on birds and other wildlife, through education, participation, stewardship, and advocacy.