Helping Our Birds
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Helping Our Birds The members of White Mountain Audubon Society participate in several projects that help protect birds and their habitat. If you have an interest in assisting in these or other efforts, please contact us. Fishing Line Collection The … Read More

Our Mystery Bird
Chasing a Bird…Identification
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By Sue Sitko Let’s start with the “morals of the story,” which usually comes at the end: 1) cameras are ALMOST as important as binoculars; 2) a persistent birder can get answers; and 3) you, too, can do what we … Read More

Photo Gallery
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Members of the Audubon Society can have their photos displayed in our Gallery by sending them in our contact form. Please include a title identifying the subject, and the name of the person who took the photo.

Home
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Welcome to the White Mountain Audubon Society Enjoy Arizona’s White Mountains and the tremendous variety of birds and wildlife you can see in our area! Birding is fun and fascinating. Why not join us today? Mission Statement White Mountain Audubon … Read More

WMAS History
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It was in 1987 when Pinetop-Lakeside resident Cathy Steele first thought “wouldn’t it be nice if we had a local chapter of the Audubon Society here in the White Mountains?” She was a member of the National Audubon Society. Like … Read More

Join Us
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The White Mountain Audubon Society encourages anyone interested in birds and birdwatching to join us! We are a non-profit chapter affiliated with the National Audubon Society. Join and Support White Mountain Audubon Print, fill out, and mail in the WMAS … Read More

Privacy Policy
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Who we are Our website address is: http://www.whitemountainaudubon.org. What personal data we collect and why we collect it Comments When visitors leave comments on the site we collect the data shown in the comments form, and also the visitor’s IP … Read More

Birding Hotspots
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The White Mountains and surrounding areas offer a wide diversity of habitats, from juniper grassland to spruce-fir forest. Nesting species in the higher elevation mixed conifer and spruce-fir forests include Gray Jay, Blue Grouse, and Three-toed Woodpecker. Lower areas near … Read More