Baton Rouge Audubon Society

Events & Calendar

Ongoing


First Saturday Bird walks are on hold indefinitely due to Covid-19.

Normally these guided walks are held the first Saturday of each month at the Bluebonnet Swamp and Nature Center, located at 10503 North Oak Hills Parkway, Baton Rouge, LA 70810. Click here for a map

No registration required.

Meet in the parking lot at 7:00 am. $3 park admission fee.

Programs are held 6:30-8pm the second Thursday of each month (September through May) at the Bluebonnet Swamp education building. Check back here for month-specific info!

You can also view our Facebook events page for more information.


KidsWhoBird Club

The KidsWhoBird club is a club designed for kids aged 9-16 who are interested in learning about birds. We are going to try having monthly online meetings until we can safely meet in person again. Although this club was designed for kids in the Baton Rouge area when we were meeting in person, I am going to open it up to kids anywhere in Louisiana since we will be meeting online.

Kids may join by sending me a request telling me why they want to join. (If your kid is younger than 9 but really into birds, I may grant an exception). A handwritten request is preferable. Drawings are encouraged. Email to seejanebird@gmail.com. All new members will receive a packet of membership material.

You will be added to the mailing list and emailed information about each meeting directly.

Agenda for each meeting:

  • Meet and Greet. Tell bird stories (time limited)
  • Presentation. Might be done by me or one of the other members.
  • Discussion
  • Assignment to do before the next meeting

LOCATION: Online via Zoom.


August 2020

August Special Event

PRESENTATION TITLE: Hummingbirds in Louisiana

PRESENTER: Jane Patterson, President and Education Chair, Baton Rouge Audubon Society

DESCRIPTION: Most of us are fascinated by hummingbirds. Although they are tiny, they are among the most feisty creatures in the natural kingdom. The presentation will offer information about their natural history and life cycle. We will also talk about what you can do to attract hummingbirds to your yard or garden.

DATE: August 13 or August 17, 2020 TIME: 7pm to 8:30pm

LOCATION: For tickets, visit Eventbrite to reserve your spot for August 13th session. Limited to 100 participants.Click here to reserve 1st session spot

DUE TO POPULAR DEMAND, A 2ND SESSION HAS BEEN ADDED FOR AUGUST 17, 2020. Also limited to 100 participants. For tickets, visit Eventbrite to reserve your spot. Click here to reserve 2nd session spot