Time for Spring Field Trips!
We’ve got field trips planned for this spring – come join us!
Birdlam 2022 is April 23, 2022!
Birdlam 2022 has been set for Saturday, April 23rd. Details and registration info may be found here!
PCAS Research Grants
The application process is currently underway for the 2022 PCAS Research Grants.
About Payne County Audubon Society
We are a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization promoting education and wildlife conservation in Payne County, Oklahoma. We sponsor field trips and evening educational programs, an annual big day birding competition, and we award annual research grants. We are actively engaged in citizen science for ornithology by managing two Audubon Christmas Bird Counts (Stillwater and Sooner Lake) and we have led the state in submissions to the Great Backyard Bird Count. We proudly support the Important Bird Areas program in Oklahoma, the Oklahoma Prairie-Chicken Festival, and the initiative to establish a statewide Audubon office. We are a local chapter of the National Audubon Society. For those so inclined, we also manage a Facebook group, which is a great place to share information, photos, and announcements relevant to birding and wildlife conservation right here in central Oklahoma.
PCAS Executive Board
Elected officers who serve on the board
- President, Emily Geest: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Vice President, Magdalena Vinson: email@example.com
- Secretary, Mike Yough: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Treasurer, Les Imboden: email@example.com
- Immediate Past-President: Caitlin Laughlin: firstname.lastname@example.org
Members of the board who are not officers
- Kevin Wilson
- Jessica Torres
- Jim Cowley
- Clay Billman
- Tim O’Connell
Interested in serving on the board? We are always on the look out for interested locals! If you would like to be contacted about serving as a officer or director position, please complete this Google Form. We will check submissions when there is an opening (once a year) and contact any interested humans at that time. Board member terms turn over at the first of the year.
Current deadline for next election: November 1, 2022
Please take a moment to learn about John James Audubon and how his name became synonymous with bird conservation more than 100 years ago.