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Committed to Preserving the Natural World in Northwest Arkansas through Education, Environmental Study and Habitat Protection





Everyone is welcome on these field trips. You do not have to be a member of NWAAS to participate and you don’t need any special birding skills. If you are interested in learning more about birds in northwest Arkansas, this is a great way to get started.


The full list of NWAAS-sponsored field trips is available under UPCOMING EVENTS (left hand window on this page). Additional details, including meeting time & place, will be sent via email upon request to You can also join the email list to obtain such information on a regular basis. Finally, trip details are announced on ARKBIRD-L, an online list devoted to discussion of birds in Arkansas and related matters. Subscription to ARBIRD-L is free and open. Go to the website of Arkansas Audubon Society to subscribe.


Photographs on this page are the work of Jacque Brown of Centerton and David Oakley of Springdale. They depict birds we see in northwest Arkansas either in migration or during the summer (nesting birds). You may see some of these, too, on a field trip – or in your backyard.

(More photos by David Oakley)

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Photos by Jacque Brown

American Avocets



Black-billed Cuckoo



Blue-winged Warbler



Rose-breasted Grosbeak



Photos by David Oakley

Baltimore Oriole



Blackpoll Warbler



Cape May Warbler



White-eyed Vireo




For more information, contact Joe Neal at 479-521-1858.


The Northwest Arkansas Audubon Society is a registered non-profit organization serving the four-county region of northwest Arkansas -- Benton, Carroll, Madison and Washington counties.