Field Trips

 

Field Trips

Sangre de Cristo Audubon Society field trips are designed to promote understanding and appreciation of wildlife and their habitats. Our aim is to cultivate awareness of outdoor ethics in an atmosphere of friendly companionship. The field trips are free and open to the public. The trip leader should be contacted for meeting time and location details as cancellation can occur for a variety of reasons. Include the name of the field trip in the subject line. A lack of interest up to two days before the scheduled time may prompt cancellation.

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Evening Programs

Meetings with illustrated talks on bird conservation and other topics concerning the natural world are held on the second Wednesday of September, October, and November and again in February, March, and April at 6:30 PM in the Education building at the Randall Davey Audubon Center and Sanctuary at the end of Upper Canyon Rd. in Santa Fe. Abundant parking is available. Everyone is welcome. There is no charge and the building is wheelchair accessible. A short update of environmental issues and chapter activities precedes the program.

 

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