to the Va Beach Audubon Website!
Beach Audubon Society is a chapter of the National Audubon
Society. VBAS is an active conservation and environmental
organization dedicated to the Audubon cause of saving birds,
wildlife, and habitat.
sponsors monthly programs, field trips, education programs, and
support for the Virginia Beach School System. We
are also a major contributor to the Virginia Beach Winter
Wildlife Festival. The
Virginia Beach Audubon Society welcomes volunteers and new
members. Members receive the Audubon
Magazine. The public is invited to participate in all
Welcome to a new Virginia Beach Audubon year!
Our year runs from
the beginning of July to the end of June each ear.
This year the leadership team is Kelly Creger as
President, Marion Zabot as Vice President, Brandon Holland as
Secretary and Marc Hines as Treasurer.
meetings are held on the second Monday of every month at 7:00
PM, September through June.
Due to the Covid-19 Pandemic we will not hold physical
meetings at this time.
Our regular meeting location has not reopened to the
public at this time.
However, our meeting
on September 14th will be a
virtual zoom meeting. We will have a business intro, bird
call identifications and then the program "Birds on the Bay" by
the Chesapeake Bay Foundation..
To participate you must respond to this email by
September 10th telling us that you would like to attend.
Click here to email!
We will then send instructions
to your email on how to participate.
We have Field Trips planned for
September and October so far.
We will continue to host trips since it is outdoors and
we can meet social distancing
protocols and bring a mask! Check the Field Trip
page for details.
We have three methods to communicate Chapter information. Our primary method is via direct email such as this
email. Please keep us up to date if you change your email. We typically see about a dozen emails returned on every
mailing due to mail boxes that no longer exist. Your email address is never shared with any other organization nor with National.
Our second method is the Virginia Beach Audubon website, Here we try to keep you up to date on meetings, field trips as
well as special events and other regional activities that may interest you. Finally we have the VB Audubon Facebook page,
www.facebook.com/. Members typically post pictures of birds that they have seen
recently, ask questions about unusual birds as well as list
events from other local organizations that people may be
To keep abreast of National news please go to the audubon.org
website. You will find great stories, fantastic birding pictures, lots of
statistics as well as a call to arms when legislation is destroying habitat.
So please respond to the above items, keep us up to date on your email address and
continue to stay safe.
Virginia Beach Audubon Society Officers