From the front porch of your Ashland home, take in the wide, sweeping vistas of dramatic forests and breezy fields. Adventure awaits! The Rogue Valley Audubon Society invites you to explore the abundant natural beauty of the Rogue Valley.
The Rogue Valley Audubon Society is “a voice for conservation and education in the natural world”. RVAS monitors and maintains 11 Great Gray Owl feeding platforms and shares photos and videos of birds throughout Rogue Valley with the National Audubon Society and nature lovers the world over. For many years, they have partnered with Cornell University’s Laboratory of Orinthology on Project FeederWatch, a volunteer-lead, nation-wide program that monitors the species and health of wild birds sighted in urban and rural areas.
Be Part of the Audubon Society Feeder Watch on Ashland Real Estate
Everyone enjoys watching and listening to the birds in Rogue Valley from their Ashland homes - but very few people report sightings. So twice a month for an hour at a time, the RVAS meets at North Mountain Park in Ashland to gather data. Volunteers bring their binoculars and notepads and take notes together under a shady shelter. They often go out for coffee after or spend time on short hikes. Come with a friend or come alone - it’s a relaxing way to begin your weekend.
The next Feeder Watch events near your Ashland real estate are at North Mountain Park from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. Sunday, January 7 and Sunday, January 21. For more information, visit the Rogue Valley Audubon Society.