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Welcome

        UPCOMING EVENTS:

See Prairie Falcon newsletter for more information on these events.

 

If interested in going as a group see the
Sandhill Cranes on the Platte River in Nebraska, contact Jim Koelliker, koellik@sbcglobal.net, 785-776-4915 for details. 
Preferred weekend Friday, March 15 returning Sunday, March 17.  Contact Jim no later than January 18 so reservations can be made to be assured a place in the Sandhill Crane Viewing at Rowe Sanctuary for our specific dates. 

 

Feb.  4  - Board Meeting  6 p.m. Friend’s Room, Manhattan Public Library

Feb. 13 - PROGRAM:  People and Wildlife - Namibia  7 p.m by Ryan Klataske   Manhattan Public Library auditorium

 

March 15 -17 ~ Sandhill Cranes on the Platte

 


 

 

 

Demand for water in the Rattlesnake Creek Drainage Basin often exceeds the supply.  A solution to this problem that is acceptable to all the  users has been hard to find. The Kansas Department of Agriculture - 

Division of Water Resources website 
(https://agriculture.ks.gov/divisions-programs/dwr/water-appropriation/impairment-complaints/quivira-national-wildlife-refugeshows quite a bit of information about the work being done to craft a 
solution.

 

Birding Big Life  - Follow Austin Roe on his Birding adventures 

audubonofkansas.org  - AOK website

Kansas Ornithological Society

2018 Birdathon

 

Last Dance (lesser Prairie Chicken)

 

Manhattan CBC Report 2017

Manhattan CBC Report 2016

Manhattan CBC Report 2015

Manhattan CBC Report 2013 

Manhattan CBC Report 2014

 

 

Newsletter & Website admin -  Cindy Jeffrey, cinraney@k-state.edu

The Prairie Falcon is the monthly newsletter for the Northern Flint Hills Audubon Society. It contains upcoming events, articles and other information. It is a .pdf, (you will need Adobe Acrobat to open). There are also past newsletters available.

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