A Chapter of National Audubon Society
          Covering greater Walworth County and nearby areas 

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Our regular program meetings are held in the Lion's Fieldhouse in Williams Bay (north side of the Village on Highway 67 by the athletic fields).   The meetings begin at 7pm and are held on the 4th Tuesday evening of September, October, November, January, February and March.   Traditionally, we have an annual dinner meeting in April.  Occasionally we have added programs in May and August

Short Board meetings generally precede the regular meeting, at 6 pm.   All members are welcome at Board meetings.   


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March 24th Meeting:  From Warblers to Sparrows

Wayne Rohde, an avid birder for 49 years, and a bird photographer for the past nine years, will present this
program which will include a brief overview of Wisconsin's wood warblers, feature an in-depth look at our
state's native sparrows (focusing on their behavior, ecology and identification), and conclude with a series of
slides from several special places around the Northwoods.
Having served as newsletter editor and field trip leader for Lakeland Audubon for


The purpose and objectives of this society shall be to engage in any such educational, scientific , investigative, literary, historical, philanthropic and charitable pursuits as may be part of the stated purposes of the National Audubon Society, of which this Society shall function as a Chapter.

The chapter was incorporated as a NOT FOR PROFIT   corporation on August 14,1972 with it's principal office in Elkhorn.


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