Join us!
You can now join or renew your IAS/WCAS annual membership online! It's easy and convenient.
 
 
 
Do you enjoy attracting wildlife to your backyard?   Do you maintain the four elements of habitat or would like to improve your backyard habitat?   Your backyard can become a Certified Illinois Audubon Bird & Butterfly Sanctuary.   Qualify and receive a certificate and a sign for posting in your yard.
 
 
Click here for more information
 
Please call the IAS office for questions regarding Certification or Re-Certification at 217.544.2473
 
Looking for a birding activity in Illinois? Check out the Illinois Audubon Society's Birding Calendar
 
 
 
 
Are you interested in learning more about birds and birding in and around Will County? Would you like to meet others that enjoy birding? Join us at one of our upcoming activities and find out what the Will County Audubon Society is all about. We hope to see you there!
 
Next Meeting
7 PM Thursday September 8, 2016
 
Program: Prairie Plants Closeup - The Hidden World of Flowers and Fruits
Presented by Kenneth Robertson Ph.D
 
Pilcher Park Nature Center
2501 Highland Park
Joliet, Illinois

Dr. Robertson is retired from Illinois Natural History Survey, a unit of the University of Illinois at Urbana/Champaign where he taught plant taxonomy for over 20 years. He has spent many years conducting field research in Illinois natural areas, especially prairies and gives frequent presentations on the state’s native plants. He co-authored a book entitled, “Illinois Wilds and has developed an extensive website featuring plants of Illinois prairies and other wild areas.
 
Download the September meeting flyer here.
 
 
All Will County Audubon Society meetings are free and open to the public.
 
WCAS Activity Brochure
Download our new brochure with all meeting and field trip information.
Note: Information is subject to change. Please check back here for the latest info on the next upcoming meeting or activity. Download here.
 
Fall Bird Migration
Fall migration is underway! Let us know what your are seeing. Share your fall sightings on our WCAS Facebook page.
 
Photo by Bill Morris