WCAS NewsAnnual Report Summary
Herb Lord
Annual Report Summary
Herb Lord

Each year, Washington Crossing Audubon Society submits an annual report to the National Audubon Society. The following is a brief summary of activities of the chapter for the fiscal year that ran from July 1, 2006 to June 30, 2007.

  • Sponsored and/or co-sponsored over forty field trips,

  • held eight members meetings, each including a program on birds or conservation,

  • sponsored Audubon Adventures in about one hundred twenty 4th grade classrooms,

  • awarded about $12,000 in conservation/education grants from the Holden fund,

  • provided a scholarship for a local teacher to attend the Maine Audubon Educators Workshop camp,

  • national conservation advocacy activities via letter writing campaigns,

  • local conservation activities to preserve habitat in central New Jersey,

  • sponsored and provided volunteers for the Featherbed Lane Bird Population Research Station,

  • promoted and participated in the Great Backyard Bird Count,

  • organized, sponsored, and participated in the Princeton and Trenton Christmas Counts,

  • organized, sponsored, and participated in the Mercer County Butterfly count,

  • published five issues of our newsletter, and

  • maintained our chapter web site.



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Last revision: Sunday, August 12, 2007