Last Updated April 19, 2018

                GCAS SPRING 2018 MEETINGS

April 12, 2018--Arkansas: A Land of Dragons and Damsels--Devin Moon


Damselflies and dragonflies have inspired humans for centuries, with their brilliant colors and graceful, yet agile, flight.  Arkansas, with its variety of eco-regions, has over 140 recorded species of these fascinating insects.  Come and learn about these winged works of art and explore the habitats and locales that they call home.
Devin Moon has been a park interpreter at Logoly State Park since 2015. He as a B. S. from Arkansas Tech University.  Devin thoroughly enjoys seeking out birds, bugs, plants, and other forms of wildlife.  At Logoly he has inherited the responsibility of a natural resource inventory, which gives him the opportunity to immerse himself in Arkansas’s marvelous Gulf Coastal Plain ecosystem.

May 10, 2018--The Migratory Bird Treaty Act--Emily Kearns


As part of National Audubon Society’s Audubon Ambassador, Emily Kearns is engaging citizens across Arkansas to take actions that help birds thrive where we all live, in cities and towns.


 Emily will talk about the Migratory Bird Treaty Act (MBTA) and the challenges facing it in the current political climate. In addition, we will discuss other issues affecting our birds, what Audubon is doing about it, and specific actions you can take to help us at the local, state and national level. 


Emily Kearns is a Field Organizer for Audubon Arkansas, a state office of the National Audubon Society. Emily has a B.S. from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock, and Master of Public Service degree (M.P.S.) from the Clinton School of Public Service.
















June 14, 2018--Spring Potluck


Potluck venue: Entergy Park


Our spring potluck will be held June 14 at Entergy Park pavilion off Carpenter Dam road on Lake Park Drive. If you go over the bridge, you have gone too far. Meet at 6:00 pm and eat shortly thereafter. Serviceware (plates, cups, silverware, napkins) will be provided. Bring your favorite summer dish to share with others. There is a nice trail to walk afterwards and do some bird watching. Marty Lynch, Secretary



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