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Mission Statement

The mission of Green-Rock Audubon Society, Inc. is to restore, preserve, and protect the environment for us and future generations through education, activism, and conservancy.

About Us

Green-Rock Audubon Society, Inc. was incorporated in 1991 as a Section 501 C (3) non-profit corporation and is a local chapter of the National Audubon Society. Between 2000 and 2004 we acquired a conservation easement and 250 acres of land so we are a land trust. In 2007 we began aggressively restoring our property.

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Check out the new format of our Newsletter - The Green-Rock Naturalist

  • Read Highlights From the President
  • Get your kids involved, color the snowy Owl and try the activity to find out how Polar Bears stay warm
  • Learn how to help provide shelter for animals.
  • GRASlands Fall 2015 reports
  • Upcoming events, book reviews
  • and much, much more
  • You can find the Current Newsletter and Archived Newsletters in the left coloum of each page or click here to see the current Newsletter.

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GRAS is supporting the WBBA

by contributing $400 and adopting the Prothonotary Warbler.

 

Female Prothonotary Warbler

Female Prothonotary Warbler

Prothonotary Warbler (Protonotaria citrea), Rondeau Provincial Park, 2005; de: Zitronenwaldsänger.

https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Protonotaria-citrea-002_edit.jpg

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Help Chimney Swifts by helping us with our website!

The Wisconsin Chimney Swift Working Group is looking for a volunteer who can help us develop our website (see http://www.wiswifts.org/). If you have website skills (Word Press in particular) and some free time, we would love to have your help.

Please contact Dory Owen at doryowen@gmail.com or (608) 345-8272 (cell).

Thanks,

Karen Etter Hale

Chair, Wisconsin Bird Conservation Initiative Director of Community Relations,

Wisconsin Audubon Council

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Torching Garlic Mustard 2015

 

garlic mustard burn

 

Torching garlic mustard

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Explore the world of birds with Audubon's completely re-imagined website.

You'll find the compelling stories and stunning photographs that you've come to expect from Audubon magazine along with new daily content offerings and a wealth of web-exclusive material.

Audubon's new mobile-friendly bird guide features exclusive bird descriptions from pre-eminent bird author Kenn Kaufman and illustrations from David Allen Sibley.

Simple instructions and testimonials from birders such as Jonathan Franzen and Jane Alexander make it easy to get into the world of birds.

Find out about Audubon's on the ground conservation work throughout the Americas.

Get involved with Audubon in your local community.

We hope you'll agree that conservation has a whole new look.

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Stateline Community Foundation supports Audubon habitat restoration

The mission of Green Rock Audubon Society (G-RAS) includes maintaining and restoring habitat for native birds in Green and Rock Counties. Through the Stateline Community Foundation, the Gibbs Foundation has once again provided funds to support that effort. This year's amount was $4184, which will help to purchase materials to combat invasive species on the properties that are owned by G-RAS. For example, the land management team uses propane powered weed torches to burn garlic mustard, and herbicide to eliminate woody invasives such as buckthorn.

For more information about G-RAS habitat efforts, contact Victor Illichmann at 608-882-5893. For more information about the Stateline Community Foundation, contact Tara Tinder at

608-362-4228.


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