It's Time to Stand Up for Public Lands, by Kim Thorburn; Field Trip Report: Sprague Lake Trip, by Fran Haywood; Sights & Sounds, by Jon Isacoff; Of Feathers and Fur: Drawing with Ava, Mentoring as a Way to Nurture Appreciation for Nature and for Each Other, by Carmen Yount; Field Trip Report: Peone Prairie Trip, by Bea Harrison; Field Trips.
Program: Twenty Days in Sabah, featuring Spokane Audubon's Ann Brinly; Fifth Annual Flowers, Floods & Feathers Festival (in association with Cheney's MayFest) at Turnbull NWR; Sights & Sounds, by Jon Isacoff; 2017 Spokane Audubon Calendar Photo Contest Announcement; Field Trip Report: Beginning Birders Walk at Turnbull NWR, by Fran Haywood; May & June Field Trips.
Program: The Once and Future River: An Ecological Vision for the Spokane River, featuring the Gonzaga University Environmental Studies Senior Class; Scholarship Opportunity: The Patrick Sullivan Young Birders Fund; Sights & Sounds, by Jon Isacoff; 2017 Spokane Audubon Calendar Contest Rules; Field Trip Report: Bluebird Trip, by Marian Frobe; Lewis's Woodpecker Boxes, by Kim Thorburn; April & May Field Trips.
Program: Forestry is for the Birds (and Other Critters too), with Wildlife Biologist Michael Munts; Help Wanted: Newsletter Editor; Sights & Sounds, by Jon Isacoff; Special Event: "Think & Drink"; Crossing Paths with Washington’s Wildlife: Get Nest Boxes Ready For New Occupants; SAS 2017 Rio Grande Trip Announcement; Field Trip Report: Winter Visitors Trip, by Fran Haywood; Announcements and Field Trips.
Program: Kayaks to Airplanes and Dip Nets to Whoosh Nets, Bea and Jim Harrison's Adventures in Citizen Science; Announcements; Sights & Sounds, by Jon Isacoff; SAS Response to Occupation of Malheur NWR; Speak Out for Public Lands, by Kim Thorburn; 2015 Christmas Bird Count Recap, by Alan McCoy; Winter Lake and Wet Belt Field Trip Report, by Fran Haywood; Great Backyard Bird Count Announcement.
Program: Riverside State Park: Spokane's Backyard Jewel, featuring Kim Thorburn; Announcements; 2016 Field Trips.
Program: Preparing for the 2015 Christmas Bird Count, featuring Gary Blevins; Christmas Bird Count Announcement, by Alan McCoy; Sights & Sounds, by Jon Isacoff; Water is Key to Complete Wildlife Habitat, by Washington Fish & Wildlife; Field Trip Report: Sprague Lake Field Trip, by Norma Trefry; Habitat: If you build it, they will come... and not just the birds!, by Alan McCoy; The Value of Day-to-Day Sightings in eBird, by Carmen Yount; WDFW Wants Reports of Moose Sightings!; Warming Strategies of the Pygmy Nuthatch.
Program: Fascinating Stories of Natural History and the People that Live Along Side Them, featuring Hazen Audel; Spokane Audubon Holiday Gift Shop; Calendar Reading; Audubon Bird Guide App is FREE!; Sights & Sounds, by Jon Isacoff; Tutorial: Using eBird to Find Out Where the Birds are Now, by Carmen Yount; Audubon Calendar Announcement; November & December Field Trips.
Program: Climate Change: Controversy/Consensus, Denialism/Despair, Birds/Backyards, and the Contributions of Citizen Science, with Kittitas Audubon Society’s Barry Brunson, Jim Briggs and Judy Hallisey; Board Report, by Ed Reynolds; The Greater Sage Grouse Decision, by Kim Thorburn; 2016 Spokane Audubon Calendar announcement, featuring photos by Bea Harrison and Marlene Cashen; Hog Island Audubon Camp, by Mary Jokela; Upcoming Field Trips and Events.
Program: Birds (and Beasts) of the Kalahari, with Ron Force; Spokane Audubon Field Trips, September & October; Board Report, by Ed Reynolds; Sights & Sounds, by Jon Isacoff; Loss of Forest Snags in the Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest; 2016 Spokane Audubon Calendar; Citizen Science Project: Report Moose Sightings with Smartphones; Upcoming events.