Montana Audubon

Montana Audubon works at the local, state and national policy levels to protect our natural heritage.

Audubon Center Advisory Council

Shari Dayton

Retired Teacher

Marian Lyman Kirst

Journalist and Master’s Student in Entomology

Dr. Don Roberts, DMD

Retired

Montana Audubon Board Delegate

Robert Mackin

Montana Audubon delegate (alternate)

Owner – Mackin Construction Company

John Miller

Retired Environmental Science Teacher, Billings West High School

Dr. Susan Gilbertz

Professor of Geography and Environmental Studies, MSU-Billings

Dr. Megan Poulette

Assistant Professor of Environmental Science and Botany, Rocky Mountain College

Lara Guercio

Attorney

Bernard Rose

Emeritus Professor of Economics, Rocky Mountain College

Donald Seibert

At-large board member for Montana Audubon.

Darryl Wilson

President, Yellowstone River Parks Association

YRPA is our strongest community partner, and so has a permanent representative seat on our advisory council. www.yrpa.org

Steve Regele

President, Yellowstone Valley Audubon Society

YVAS is the local Audubon chapter in the Billings area, is a major partner in programs and activities of the Center, and has a permanent representative seat on the advisory council. www.yvaudubon.org.

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Nature Adventure Tours: A New Bird Festival Tradition

At our 2018 Wings Across the Big Sky bird festival in Kalispell, we’re featuring a…

Spring 2018 Newsletter

Our Spring 2018 newsletter is available in PDF format here!

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