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118th Annual Meeting

Celebrating the Distinguished 35-Year Career of Eugenia S. Marksd4ec103pow.jpg

On the announcemnt of her retirement at the 118th Annual Meeting of the Audubon Society of Rhode Island.

For as long as there has been an environment that needs a strong unrelenting voice ...whether you are environmentally well-versed or just a concerned citizen, Eugenia Marks' work, courage and undeniable dedication to nature has affected you and will continue to affect you well beyond her well deserved retirement.

Please join us in celebrating her remarkable career. Remarks from United States Senator Sheldon Whitlehouse.

Sunday, October 18, 2015 at the Providence Marriott Downtown, One Orms Street, Providence, RI from 10am to 12pm. Meeting begins with a breakfast buffett.

Tickets are $20 and available online by CLICKING HERE

or by mailing to Audubon Society of Rhode Island, attn:  Sharon Cresci, 12 Sanderson Road, Smithfield, RI 02917 


Audubon Photo Contest

Do you enjoy capturing the wonder of nature through the lens of a camera?  focus-on-nature-logo.gif

Audubon is looking for striking photographic images taken on our public wildlife refuges, located across Rhode Island and in nearby Seekonk, Massachusetts. We welcome entries from photographers of all ages and backgrounds. So grab your camera, head out on some of Audubon’s scenic trails, enjoy the great outdoors, and share your favorite photos of nature with us! 

Click on the links below for contest details.

How to Enter & Contest Rules
Eligibility, Judging & Prizes
The Fine Print

Read more... [Audubon Photo Contest]
Bird & Wildlife Carving Expo


Award-winning wildlife artisans from throughout
the Northeast are returning to Audubon this
autumn. Unique hand-carved bird and wildlife
pieces will be on display and for sale.

Meet the artists, shop the carvings, observe demonstrations
and enjoy the natural beauty of the Audubon
Environmental Education Center in fall!

November 7 & 8, 2015 from 10am to 4pm

General Admission: $5 Get Your Tickets Here


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