Monday, October 3, 2016

3rd Annual Birding and Breakfast

Come join Audubon for a light breakfast and birding from the duck deck on Potato Patch Lake. A number of different spotting scopes will be out there for you to look through. There's nothing quite like looking through optics before purchasing. Everyone who enjoys the outdoors is welcome: Bird Watchers, sportsmen and women, hikers, campers, and photographers.
Saturday: October 29, 2016

9:30am - 11:00am
Rain Date SUNDAY, October 30th
Cancellation information will be posted at on our Facebook page.

Join experts from Kodiak Audubon at this special event dedicated to birding and optics for outdoor enthusiasts. This event will be an amazing opportunity to sample binoculars, spotting scopes, and tripods. Best of all, the event is FREE!
Please contact Cindy Trussell at 486-2878 for more information.

Monday, May 2, 2016

2016 International Migratory Bird Day Celebration in Kodiak

This year's celebration will feature two birds from the Bird Treatment and Learning Center. Dave Dorsey will bring both a Bald Eagle and a Snowy Owl. The event is free to the public and families are welcome. The event will be held downtown at the Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge Visitor Center. You can drop in between 10:00-11:30am to build a bird feeder. The presentation with the live birds will begin at noon and end around 1:00 pm. The event is jointly sponsored by the Kodiak Audubon Society and the Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge.

2016 Kodiak Audubon Hiking Schedule

Friday, January 8, 2016

Kodiak Audubon's January 15, 2016 Program

Kodiak Audubon’s January Program is being presented by Robin Corcoran, Avian Biologist with the Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge.  She will give a presentation entitled, “Dead Birds! Why so many Common Murres are Dying” on Friday, January 15, 2016 at 7:00 p.m. at Kodiak College in the Benny Benson Building room 106, right across from the main entrance. 
Robin has been a bird biologist since 1988 and has worked on Kodiak monitoring birds for eight years.  She will present background information on common murres and seabird die-offs in general, and will discuss similarities and differences between past events and the current die-off. Come hear the latest information on what might be causing the birds to die and how volunteer citizen scientists are helping to study the issue.
For more information about the January program you can contact Cindy Trussell at 486-2878. 

Wednesday, December 9, 2015

Winter Birds Presentation & Annual Membership Meeting

Please join Kodiak Audubon for its December Program presented by Rich MacIntosh.  He will present a slide show with identification tips on the Winter Birds of Kodiak on Friday, December 11, 2015 in room 106 (across from the Director’s Office) at Kodiak College in the Benny Benson Building.

Doors open at 6:30 pm for pizza , to renew your membership, and to shop for Audubon gear.   Door prizes will be given out around 6:45 pm and Rich’s talk will begin at 7:00 p.m.  

Christmas Bird Count Days

This is a wonderful opportunity to sharpen your skills for the 2015 counts. This year’s count will be held in town on Saturday, December 19 and at Narrow Cape on Sunday, January 3.

For more information about the Christmas Bird Count, please contact Rich MacIntosh at 486-3087.

Thank you,

Friday, April 17, 2015

International Migratory Bird Day May 30, 2015

Join the Kodiak Audubon Society and the Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge on May 30th to celebrate International Migratory Bird Day.

The event will begin at 10:00am with bird feeder building for children and then there will be a presentation featuring a live boreal owl, Fang, with handler Chris Maack from the Bird Treatment and Learning Center.

2015 Audubon Hiking Schedule

The Kodiak Audubon Society invites you to join us for a stroll, a hike, or a climb!  All hikes are free and open to the public. Meet your hike leader at 9:30 am in front of the Kodiak Island Convention & Visitors Bureau (Ferry Building) at the end of Center Avenue, downtown. 

The hike difficulty is rated from 1 (easy walk) to 5 (difficult) so you can select trips with a level of difficulty you can manage.