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Meeting Location
Trinity Presbyterian Church
630 Park Avenue
Prescott, AZ  86303

For a map of the meeting location click HERE.
For information call: (928) 778-6502 or (928) 848-1513

Notification Database

     If you wish to be reminded of Prescott Audubon Presents: Window on Nature Programs, request addition to the PAS E-mail Notification Database by clicking HERE

     This database is used for three purposes: (1) mid-month notification of  upcoming field trips and nature events of interest, for the following 6 weeks; (2) advance meeting notification on the Sunday prior to Thursday meetings; (3) notification if a meeting or event is cancelled due to weather     

     This database is only used by the Prescott Audubon Society, and IS NOT SHARED with any other organization or individual.  All emailing is done by “BLIND COPY” so your email address is not shared with others

     For removed from the database use the CONTACT form, or call (928) 778-6502.

Up-coming Programs
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NEXT  PROGRAM

DATE: May 17, 2017 (Wednesday)
TIME: 7:00 PM
LOCATION: Elk’s Theater, 117 East Gurley Street, Prescott, AZ
PROGRAM: The Film “Groundwater – To Enact a Law for the Common Good
INFORMATION   TICKET SALES
Click HERE for brief history of this movie and the events that led up to it being produced.
COORDINATOR(s): Pastor / Davis Productions
COMMENTS:  The film “Groundwater – To Enact a Law for the Common Good” is about the 1980 AZ Groundwater Management Act and is an excellent film which will be of interest to Prescott Audubon Society members. This documentary by filmmaker Michael Schiffer (writer of Colors, Lean on Me, and Crimson Tide) tells the true and inspiring story of the contentious battle among farms, cities, and mines in the late 1970s, which led, against all odds, to the passage of one of the most important water laws in America—The 1980 Arizona Groundwater Management Act—a major reason that our desert state still has water in this time of drought. Following the film, renowned water authority Kathleen Ferris will lead a panel of water experts, along with the filmmaker , to engage the audience in a creative, solutions-oriented conversation, focused on Quad-City topics. Join the discussion: you can purchase tickets here. Watch the trailer here.  For any questions, please contact  moc.liamgnull@mlifretawdnuorg or find us on Facebook. $10 general admission, doors open at 6:00. 
Elks Theater, 117 East Gurley Street, Prescott. Don’t miss this event!

DATE: May 25, 2017 (4th Thursday)
TIME: 7:00 PM
LOCATION:
Trinity Presbyterian Church, 630 Park Avenue, Prescott  MAP
PROGRAM:
“Prescott Monarch Butterflies: The Latest Story”
SPEAKERS: 
Cathy Palm-Gessner and Bob Gessner

HOST: Kathy Malm
COMMENTS: In 2016, over 2,000 monarchs were spotted in the Prescott area.  We will discuss how our local monarch population increase compares with the rest of the Southwest, California and Mexico.  Also, this year for the first time, monarchs tagged in the Prescott area were spotted in overwintering sites in California. We will talk about factors that determine if they migrate to California or Mexico.