Audubon Arkansas News

News & Updates

Buffalo National River Designated Important Bird Area
Important Bird Areas

Buffalo National River Important Bird Area

Buffalo National River Designated Important Bird Area

Drain Smart 2016 People's Choice Awards Announced
Fourche Creek

2016 Drain Smart Award Winners

The Drain Smart Committee announced the winners of second annual People’s Choice awards.

Audubon Arkansas Granted Intervenor Status in Key Solar Policy Dockets
Advocacy

Audubon Arkansas Granted Intervenor Status in Key Solar Policy Dockets

Ruling allows Audubon a voice in Arkansas's renewable energy future

On Thursday, April 7, Audubon Arkansas is participating in ArkansasGives, a one-day online giving event for Arkansas Non-profits.  When you make a donation to Audubon Arkansas on April 7th, you will help us qualify for  matching funds that will increase the impact of your gift.

Your support will help:

  • Provide children with their first positive experience in the outdoors
  • Restore and revitalize Fourche Creek (the South’s largest urban watershed)
  • Preserve Arkansas prairies for both birds and people
  • Advocate for clean air, clean water and better energy policies

Here’s how you can participate:

Mark your calendar for April 7, 2016.  On that day, between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m visit ArkansasGives and search for Audubon Arkansas. Make a donation of $25 or more any major credit/debit card.

FOFC Volunteer Clean-up a Huge Success
Fourche Creek

FOFC Volunteer Clean-up a Huge Success

More than 8 Tons of Trash Removed from Fourche Creek

P. Allen Smith featuring Dr. Dan on the Importance of Bird Conservation

Allen has an expert discussion with Dr. Dan the birdman on what Audubon Arkansas is about and the importance of bird conservation.

March 12th Fourche Creek Clean-Up
Fourche Creek

March 12th Fourche Creek Clean-Up

Dr. Dan Scheiman visits with THV 11's Mary Dunleavy.

Bluebird makes dramatic comeback in Arkansas
Bird-Friendly Communities

Help the Bluebird thrive in Arkansas

Dr. Dan visits with THV 11 about this conservation success

How you can help, right now