GRAYSON BOOKS ARE DONATED!
On July 12, 2016, Stanislaus Audubon Society has donated "Birds of the Pacific Slope" to the Vasche Library at California State University, Stanislaus. The two-volume set will be housed in Special Collections. After the books are processed in 2-3 weeks, members of the public will be able to call the Reference Department and make an appointment to see the books. Photo identification is required.
In 1850, Andrew Jackson Grayson founded the town of Grayson. After 166 years, his field notes and prints of his watercolors have returned to Stanislaus County.
Please read Salvatore Salerno's article about Andrew Jackson Grayson - Story HERE (link fixed - JG)
NEW - January 2015
Printable County Checklists with occurrence codes
LIKE! STANISLAUS AUDUBON SOCIETY ON FACEBOOK
Facebook page for birders to share comments and photos on birds and birding. This page is not limited to county birds. If you have gone birding elsewhere in California, out of state, or even in another country, feel free to share your photos by emailing them to firstname.lastname@example.org. Then the administrator can upload the photos to the Facebook page.
Search for Stanislaus Audubon Society page. If you cannot find this page, you can “friend” Stanislaus Audubon. From there, you can search Stanislaus Audubon Society and click onto Like! From that point on, you can post comments directly onto the Facebook page.
VALLEY HABITAT LINKS
ROADRUNNER’S FORMULA FOR CHASING RARE BIRDS