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Welcome

UPCOMING EVENTS:

        See  Prairie Falcon newsletter for more information on these events.

 

JUN 1 - Board Meeting 6 p.m. Tom & MJ Morgan Home
JUN 13 - Saturday Morning Birding 8 a.m. Sojourner Truth Park
JUN 14 - Alcove Spring Trip (see below)
JUN 27 - Yearly Planning meeting (see below)
JUL 15 -DEADLINE for Memorial stones for Alsop walkway.$100.00 contribution per carved stone.Please send donations to NFHAS P.O. Box 1932 Manhattan, KS 66505 (two lines)

 

Annual Planning Meeting - June 27, 4 p.m.

Patricia Yeager’s Home 5614 Bayers Hill, Lake Elbo, Manhattan, KS 66502-8912 

 

Afternoon Birding trip to Alcove Spring, June 14

Alcove Spring Preserve is a historical park of about 200 acres near Blue Rapids.  It is also a great place to find birds.  There are flat walking trails through a lovely meadow and some a little bit more difficult along the crystal clear creek to the spring.  Bring a sack lunch, water, bug spray, a lawn chair, field guides for wildflowers as well as bird guidesMeet at 2:00 p.m. at old K-Mart parking lot (now Goodwill)Park near the green ATM machine at corner of lot and we will carpool.We will return by 8:30 p.m.  (Rain cancels the trip)


Alsop Bird Sanctuary Project:

A stone pathway is planned for handicap accessibility to seating and the pergola.For a $100.00 contribution have your name or a memorial carved in a stone for the walkway.  Stones are brick size and allow two lines of text.

Make donation to:
NFHAS  
ATTN: Paving Stone  
P.O. Box 1932   Manhattan, KS 66505 

DEADLINE July 15, 2015 Make sure to note that it is a stone pathway contribution and give an example of exactly how you want your engraving to read.  Please include phone number and/or email in case there are questions. 

 

Manhattan CBC Report 2013

Manhattan CBC Report 2014

 

Newsletter & Website admin -  Cindy Jeffrey, cinraney@k-state.edu

The Prairie Falcon is the monthly newsletter for the Northern Flint Hills Audubon Society. It contains upcoming events, articles and other information. It is a .pdf, (you will need Adobe Acrobat to open). There are also past newsletters available.

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