Logan City Low-Water Garden – Aaron Smith, City Planner
Cosponsored by the Logan Library and the Bridgerland Audubon Society, the Audubon Armchair Gardening Series is partnered with the USU Permaculture Initiative, meeting on the first Friday of the month, 1 – 2 p.m. in the Logan Library.
The monthly presentations focus on gardening and topics specific to Utah’s climate. Come join us in celebrating The Year of the Bird and Audubon’s Plants for Birds initiative!
The Bridgerland Audubon Society invites you to join naturalist Jack Greene
“Beautiful flowers with wings” is a phrase frequently used to express the
exquisite beauty of butterflies. Join naturalist Jack Greene for a fieldtrip
to learn about the secret lives of these amazing sparks of life along with
birds and flowers we may encounter along the way.
Bring binoculars, lunch and water.
Saturday, July 14, 2018
Meet at 9 a.m.
We will carpool from the Cache National Forest – Logan Ranger District Office at entrance to Logan Canyon
1500 U.S. 89
Logan, Utah 84321 .
Audubon High Desert Garden Tour & USU Edible Landscape Tour with Dawn Holzer and Eric Hale
An educational and fun opportunity for gardeners to see a variety of garden styles and plant choices they can have in their own yards. It is a self-guided tour of four gardens a short drive from campus, with volunteers at all locations to answer gardening questions.
Saturday, June 16, 2018
Welcome booth at the USU Permaculture Gardens, behind Aggie Ice Cream (parking lot north of Aggie Ice Cream),
750 N 1200 E, Logan, 8:30 a.m. – 1 p.m.
8:30 a.m. Maps & Tour USU Permaculture Garden
(Behind Aggie Ice Cream, 750 N 1200 E, Logan)
Saturday, December 16th 2017 will be the 57th year of the annual Christmas Bird Count for the Logan, UT count. First begun in 1955, The Logan Christmas Bird Count is our Chapter’s contribution to the world’s largest, oldest citizen science project on Earth. Please join us.
We can use beginners as well as experienced birders to find owls, falcons, and odd ducks, even feathered ones. Contact Val Grant, 435-757-9519, or Hilary Shughart email@example.com, for more information or to join the Count! With your assistance and a wink from Mother Nature, we could break 100 species – again!
Introduction to Backyard Birds of Cache Valley & How to Help with the Annual Christmas Bird Count by Looking Out Your Window! Click HERE for more information and to register!
What’s That Bird?
Introduction to Backyard Birds of Cache Valley and How to Help with the Annual Christmas Bird Count by Looking Out Your Window.
Presentations by Lisa Stoner and Scott Erickson
Saturday, December 2, 2017
10:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
Jim Bridger Room
First begun in 1955, The Logan Christmas Bird Count is our Chapter’s contribution to the world’s largest, oldest citizen science project on Earth. This will be the 118th year of the Audubon Christmas Bird Count, and 57th for the Cache Valley Christmas Bird Count which will be on Saturday, December 16, 2017. Please join us.
We can use beginners as well as experienced birders to find owls, falcons, and odd ducks, even feathered ones. Contact Val Grant, 435-752-7572, or Hilary Shughart firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or to join the Count.
Carpool at 8:00 AM from Caffe Ibis (52 Federal Ave, Logan)
A visit to Trapper Park Trail is a great opportunity for birders of all ages and skill level to explore birds right in the heart of Logan. Trapper Park has a 0.8 mile trail with excellent paved paths that allow for easy viewing of migrating passerines and shorebirds as well as year-round residents. Depending on flooding conditions the day of we may walk a portion of the trail and drive to the east end where our trail connects to the Logan River Trail.
Please bring binoculars, cameras, and plenty of warm layers. We will meet in the parking lot across from Caffe Ibis (52 Federal Ave, Logan, UT 84321) at 8 AM and carpool to the Trapper Park parking lot (41.7065615,-111.8743372). Join BAS for a fun morning walk!
Contact Ryan Sabel at email@example.com with questions.