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Montana Audubon Annual awards
Montana Audubon is currently accepting nominations for its 2013 Awards. This year we are looking for award nominees for:
- Conservationist of the Year – a professional or volunteer conservationist who provided significant wildlife conservation achievement in Montana for the previous year.
- Environmental Educator of the Year – a person who has shown outstanding achievement in educating others in wildlife conservation. This individual can be a school teacher, interpreter, naturalist, or any other person who educates the public about wildlife conservation.
- Citizen Scientist of the Year – a person contributing significantly to our knowledge and understanding of birds and their habitats through monitoring and observations.
- Lifetime Achievement Award – an Audubon volunteer who has dedicated extraordinary effort, time, and energy to shape the activities and successes of a local Audubon chapter and/or Montana Audubon.
- Special Achievement Award – an individual who has demonstrated an extraordinary commitment to birds and other wildlife.
The complete list of previous award winners can be downloaded HERE > >.
To Nominate a Candidate for a 2013 Award:
Award application can be downloaded HERE > >. All nominations and supporting material should be sent by:
E-mail (preferred): firstname.lastname@example.org
Mail: AWARDS NOMINATIONS
P.O. Box 595
Helena, MT 59624
To be considered for this year’s awards, nominations and all supporting material must be postmarked/e-mailed no later than:
Wednesday, May 22, 2013
Awards will be presented at the banquet on Saturday, June 8 at Montana Audubon's Bird Festival, June 7 - 9 in Lewistown, Montana
NOTE: Additional supporting material such as news clippings, letters of commendation, project documents, and photographs may accompany the nomination form and are encouraged.
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These awards were presented at our annual Bird Festival in Kalispell in 2012. We recognize these individuals and groups for their excellent work:
Lifetime Achievement Award ~ Bob Lopp
Educator of the Year ~ Ashley Mason
Conservationist of the Year ~ Linda Winnie
- Citizen Scientist of the Year ~ John Parker
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The following individuals were recognized for their excellent work at our annual Bird Festival in Glasgow in 2011:
Lifetime Achievement Award ~ Ron Farmer
Educator of the Year ~ Carla Wambach
Conservationist of the Year ~ Steve Hoffman
- Special Achievement Award ~ Catherine Wightman
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