"The eyes of the future are looking back at us and they are praying that we see beyond our own time" - Terry Tempest Williams
Welcome to Southeastern Idaho & the Portneuf Valley Audubon's web site! By promoting the conservation of natural resources, educating others about wildlife and the need to live in harmony with our surroundings, we hope to promote and safeguard the welfare of birds and their habitat.
We hold monthly meetings from September until May. We kick off the season in September with an afternoon of birding around American Falls Reservoir followed by a potluck in a nearby park. In May we conclude the year with a morning of birding and a free pancake breakfast held at the Cherry Springs nature area.
Our monthly meetings are usually held the third Thursday of the month at
07:00pm. The chapter meetings were located
at the Idaho State Museum Of
Natural History, Lecture Room (ISU Campus), but the NEW PVAS MEETING SITE, is Room 125 in the ISU Continuing Education Building, located next to Uncle Jim’s Restaurant and across the parking lot from City Hall.
We publish the PVAS monthly news letter which contains information
on that months speaker and field trip (click on the News tab above).
Link to interactive map of Southeast Idaho Bird watching locations:
Click below for a pdf file of the Idaho Birder's Check List (current to 2003):