Golden Eagle Audubon Society

Interested in volunteering on one of Al Larson’s bluebird trails in Idaho?  Check in with the Golden Eagle Audubon Society and let them know!

The Golden Eagle Audubon Society (GEAS) was the first chapter of the Audubon Society established in Idaho in the 1960s.  Al Larson played an instrumental role in the founding of this chapter and remains an honorary board member of the organization today.  Over the past couple of years the GEAS has begun facilitating volunteers to help Al monitor and maintain his bluebird trails.  This is a crucial step towards ensuring that Al’s bluebird trails are maintained for generations to come.  To learn more about how to get involved, visit the GEAS website, sign up to become a member (only $15 per year), and send an email to field trip coordinator (AKA the bluebird dispatcher) Pam Conley.