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PHAS Events

PHAS July Members Meeting -Thursday, July 28th, 6:30 pm-9 pm
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Zoom meeting on BHNF Forest Plan Revision Assessments will be held from 6:30 pm to 9 pm, with Lou Conroy of the BHNF as speaker. The Norbeck Society and the Black Hills Group of the Sierra Club will co-sponsor the Zoom meeting with PHAS (Prairie Hills Audubon Society).

For information on BHNF Forest Plan Revision Assessments –

We use the same Zoom codes every month at our monthly  meetings, which are normally held within the last 7 days of the month.
Nancy Hilding is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.
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PHAS August Members Meeting August 28. 2022 at 1:00 pm
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Tour the Black Hills Raptor Center.

Special Prairie Hills Audubon Monthly Meeting

Sunday August 28,2022 1:00 PM

Private tour of Black Hills Raptor Center for our Chapter

See the birds up close and personal!

Address: 15256 East Highway 44

4 miles past Rapid City Regional Airport, north side of highway.

Drive yourself or meet at Knecht’s Ace Hardware parking lot at 12:30

(Corner of Omaha and West Boulevard) to carpool.

Call Jim Petersen at (605) 939-4995 for more information.

Chapter members can bring guests!

The Black Hills Raptor Center (BHRC) is a five-acre nature preserve, currently involved in a multi-million-dollar campus building program in support of their program to rescue, rehabilitate, and release injured raptors. For over a decade they have done thousands of environmental education presentations in the region using their “raptor ambassadors”, birds that have disabilities that preclude them from being released to the wild. Prairie Hills Audubon is proud to support the work of BHRC in protecting these magnificent birds.  Take this opportunity to get a rare inside look at the inter-workings of this excellent organization, and see if you might like to get involved with the collaboration between our two operations!