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  Welcome to Yellowstone Valley Audubon Society

 YVAS hosts a monthly program with a featured speaker September through May the 3rd Monday of each month (usually at 7:00 pm), at the Mayflower Congregational Church. Check the current Flyer for details. We welcome new members as well as business and occasional travelers to the Billings area who are interested in birds and bird habitat to join us.

YVAS sponsors field trips, ornithology classes, a Christmas Bird Count, and various conservation and educational projects.  Visit us on Facebook – the link is in the upper right-hand corner.

For the current Bird Field Trip Schedule, click here


*** NOTICE OF CANCELLATION ***

The Clark Fork WMA & Blue Water Fish Hatchery Birding Trip on Saturday, September 24, has been cancelled due to rain and poor road conditions.   


YVAS does a lot of Birding, but that is not all.  To  learn more, visit the below link which can also be found under About Us.

2015 – 2016 Activity Summary


Data Base Administrator and Publicity Chairperson Needed

YVAS is in need of a Data Base Administrator and Publicity Chairperson.  Training and assistance is provided.  If you or anyone you know might be interested in volunteering, please contact any YVAS Board member for more information.  Their contact information can be found in the Flyer or on the Website.  More information will be available in the October Flyer.


Are You Concerned About Baling Twine and the Danger it Poses to Wildlife?

The YVAS Baling Twine Committee has been focusing on two goals for the past two years.  One has been to increase public awareness to the dangers of loose twine in the environment, not only for Ospreys but for all wildlife and domestic animals. However, Ospreys seem to have had more fatalities due to baling twine than most other animals in Montana.     

The second goal of the YVAS Baling Twine Committee is to establish, or help to establish, a recycling program for baling twine in the Billings area and along the Yellowstone River. A location to store a large amount of twine is needed before the BTC, or any organization, can proceed. Follow this link for more information.

Also see Osprey Monitor Project under Projects above for additional information. 


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