This weekend....May 16-19, 2013:
The Leavenworth Spring Bird Fest!
Celebrate Birdsong and Explore the Natural World
Join NCW Audubon at this 11th annual fun celebration of birds.
Lots of bird walks, talks, bird banding, wildflowers, art, music, and good times.
For more information, and to download a pdf of the full program, go to www.leavenworthspringbirdfest.com
or call (509) 548-5807
NCWAS Website Makeover....
we need YOUR help!
As anyone who visits our virtual spaces on the web knows, NCWAS is in desperate need of a website make-over. We’ve received quotes for a basic web redesign as well as for an exciting new project: a regional on-line birding guide. The quotes are very reasonable by industry standards, yet even the basic website redesign alone would commit a sizeable portion of our annual chapter funds. Therefore, we’re asking for your sponsorship to re-vamp our online presence. Donations in any amount will be greatly appreciated and gratefully acknowledged. Please mail to NCWAS (P.O. Box 2934, Wenatchee, WA 98807-2934) and include a note indicating your contribution is for the website upgrade.
For more information, please read the article in the April Wild Phlox.
THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT!
Join our new
North Central Washington
Birding Discussion Group: "ncwabird"
We now have an internet discussion group focused on all-things-bird in our North Central Washington region: Chelan, Douglas, Ferry, and Okanogan Counties. This is a listserv designed to facilitate timely communications across this large and diverse area. We encourage you to post bird sightings, pose questions, attach pictures and video of interesting observations, announce interesting field trips or programs-- anything of interest to our birding community!
Here are a few key tips to get you started:
* To learn more about the ncwabird group, please visit
* To subscribe to this group, send email to
* To post a message to this group, send email to
* To contact the moderator of this group, send email to
For more information, please see the article in this month's Wild Phlox, or
contact the moderator listed above, or
email Art Campbell.
This will be the go-to place for birdsightings in our region. So please sign up and join the discussions!