Grand Valley Audubon Society



The Grand Valley Audubon Society strives to foster an appreciation for birds and other wildlife, preserve a diversity of habitats, and provide a sustainable healthy environment through education, research and individual action.

Going Batty in Western Colorado - Monday, January 19th

Grand Valley Audubon - January Program
When: Monday, January 19th at 7pm
Where: First Presbyterian Church
3940  27 1/2 Road , just south of Horizon Drive
Guest Speaker:  Dan Neubaum
Program:  Going Batty in Western Colorado
Bats, one of Colorado's most fascinating flying creatures are facing significant challenges from human disturbance, a lack of overall knowledge of several species and "white-nose syndrome", an often deadly fungal disease currently affecting bat populations in the eastern US.
Dan Neubaum, a local Conservation Biologist with Colorado Parks and Wildlife, will present a program about these avian mammals, including details about the diverse species of bats that live in Western Colorado, share his latest findings and data, as well as discuss the challenges they face in our changing world.

(Photo by Sara Trappett)

GVAS 2014 Events

January Member meeting
  Monday, January 19th
  Going Batty in Western Colorado with Dan  Neubaum - click here for more info

Tumacanbac Field Trips
  Saturday, January 31st
  Sunday, February 1st
  Saturday, February 7th
  Sunday, February 8th
  Click here for more info

February Member meeting
  Monday, February 16th
  Birding Tech + Bird Photography with Jackson Trappett - click here for more info

GVAS Programs are held the

3rd Monday of the Month

7:00 P.M. Fall through Spring

1st Presbyterian Church

3940 27 1/2 Road

Visit GVAS & Ela Sanctuary

608 Dike Road Grand Junction, CO

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