The Audubon Society of Ohio (ASO) was established in 1897 in the Greater Cincinnati area, and was incorporated in 1900. ASO was the first Audubon Society organized in Ohio, and is currently a local chapter of the National Audubon Society.
You can always find details of our monthly programs and field trips on our calendar page. Other important announcements will show up on this page.
Joe Kappa, R.I.P.
We are saddened by the passing of Joe Kappa on February 29. Besides being an outstanding all-around naturalist, he was committed to the cause of conservation, as evidenced by his service to Audubon Society of Ohio as trip leader, board member, and trustee. He will be missed not just for those things, but for the Read More . . .
January – February 2016 Chat is Online
The winter edition of The Chat is now online. The delay is mostly the fault of the web editor – me – and not the fault of the Chat editor. You can read it on the Newsletter tab of this site. Besides field trip and program information, this issue includes a summary of this year’s Read More . . .
The November – December Chat Is Online
The latest edition of The Chat, our bi-monthly newsletter, has been published. You can read the November – December 2015 edition of the Chat, at the newsletter page on this web site. Besides the usual upcoming programs and field trips, this issue includes an article about this year’s local Christmas Bird Counts, an explanation of Read More . . .
ASO Opposes Cincinnati Parks Tax Levy
Some of you have probably heard through the media that the Audubon Society of Ohio is opposed to Issue 22, the Cincinnati Parks Tax Levy. If so, you are no doubt wondering why your local Audubon society would be opposing a tax levy that supports parks. We think that you, our members and supporters, deserve Read More . . .
The A.S.O. Bird Class Is Open For Registrations
The 29th edition of the famous Audubon Birding Course will be held on three consecutive Sundays – September 27, October 4 and October 11. Each class consists of a casual classroom session, followed by a field trip to a nearby birding hotspot. Through discussions, visual and audio presentations and field observations, the course will particularly Read More . . .
The September – October Chat Has Been Published
The latest edition of The Chat, our bi-monthly newsletter, has been published. You can read the September – October 2015 edition of the Chat, at the newsletter page on this web site. Besides the usual upcoming programs and field trips, this issue includes an article on the federal Clean Power Plan, an update on the Audubon Birding Course, Read More . . .