Welcome to the wonderful
world of Birding!
The Virginia 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.
VBAS sponsors monthly programs, field trips, education programs, and special events such as the
Maury Jackson Birders Breakfast. The Virginia Beach Audubon Society welcomes volunteers and new members. Members receive The Gannet newsletter and Audubon Magazine. The public is invited to
participate in all activities.
hold monthly meetings on the second Monday of every month.
We meet at the
Eastern Shore Chapel at 2020 Laskin Road in Virginia Beach. Meetings begin at 7:00 PM. Each month
we have a interesting speaker talking about issues that are important to VBAS.
Please come join us as guests are always welcome.
meeting will have representatives from the Butterfly society of
Virginia talking about butterflies and they will have a few
displays on hand. Also during this meeting we will have a
silent auction. From bird houses to prints, come bring
your items to donate to the club for the auction and also to bid
on the many items available. We will accept cash and
checks for the auction.
25th will be the 17th annual Maury Jackson Birders Breakfast.
This is a fundraiser for VBAS to support our projects throughout
the year. We will hold it at the Cavalier Country Club in
Birdneck Point. Meeting at 6:00am to hold a two hour bird
walk to find and identify as many birds as possible. Then
back to the club house for a very nice breakfast served by the
staff. Cost is only $25.00 per person.
VB Audubon Student Art Show will begin on April 4th and go
through April 22nd. Drop by Pembroke Mall and view the
quality work done by students in the Virginia Beach School
System. We will award cash prizes to the 1st, 2nd & 3rd
place winners as well as gifts to the Honorable Mentions.
meeting will be held at the Brock Center at Pleasure House
Point. We will be given tours of the building and
descriptions of the Green building. We are also
considering a bird walk to start about 5:00 PM if enough people
are interested. If so drop the president or field trip
director a email stating that you would like to do this.
This would be a rare early evening trip around the complex.