In 1971, Firelands Audubon Society (FAS, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization in Erie and Huron counties of Ohio), was formed with a mission statement to:
protect, preserve and appreciate natural habitat for birds and wildlife through conservation and education.
Join us for our January Chili Pot Luck and Slide Safari
Come and get caught up on what's been happening, enjoy a variety of chili and share your favorite photos from the past year with your friends at FAS.
Sheldon Marsh Monthly Census
Working with the preserve, we will hold a walk on the 1st day of each month to record bird and animal species to the preserve staff. This effort will help all of us better understand populations and distribution at Sheldon. The first walk is January 1, 2020 at 8am. Feel free to meet in the parking lot and enjoy a few hours of birding and exploring.
Kids Nature Club Meetings have been added to the website. Register your kids today for these fun and educational activities!
Christmas Bird Count
The Christmas Bird Count or CBC is a long standing tradition of the National Audubon Society with over 100 years of citizen science involvement. This early winter bird census will cover our CBC circle in an effort to record birds over a 24-hour period.
Events and Field Trips
FAS offers a variety of field trips and birding workshops for all levels of birders.
Seasonal Bird walks in various locations throughout the area are fun and informative for everyone.
Tag us in your nature photos on Instagram @firelandsaudubon