The primary purpose of the Antelope Valley Audubon Society, Inc (AVAS) is to provide educational programs and services that build awareness of the importance of birds and other wildlife, and to promote conservation and restoration of natural habitats, primarily in the Antelope Valley area.
The AVAS promotes the appreciation, love, and protection of birds through partnerships, education, conservation, and other activities in the Antelope Valley and surrounding areas.
Programs and Activities
AVAS actively works with local and state government as well as commercial entities to ensure that land is conserved as natural habitat.
All programs focus on birding, conservation of wildlife habitat, speaking up for endangered species, and following through on Action Alerts related to current regulations on environmental issues.
AVAS holds program meetings at which speakers are invited to present information about various topics including conservation and preservation of wildlife, flora, and fauna for our members and community.
AVAS sponsors guided bird walks in various birding hotspots to provide citizen science and educational opportunities for our community.
AVAS volunteers participate in local community projects and clean-up activities to ensure that wildlife habitats are preserved.
AVAS is continuing to develop and implement programs in partnership with Lancaster City Museum of Art and History to feature educational bird talks, conservation talks, and art and craft projects about the Antelope Valley birds and desert habitats.
The Joy of Birds
A collection of articles and videos to help brighten your day with birds.
You will also find some really great Zoom backgrounds you can use for your next Zoom Meeting as well as phenomenal bird photography to enjoy.