Chapter Meetings

From September through May, Forsyth Audubon holds Chapter Meetings on the fourth Tuesday of each month except December featuring fascinating guest and member speakers and programs. We meet in the Visitor Center at Historic Bethabara Park on Bethabara Road. Social half-hour begins at 7:00 p.m. and the business meeting/program begins at 7:30 p.m. Everyone is welcome, so please, come join us!

We are currently holding our chapter meetings virtually. We hope to be able to hold in-person meetings again soon!

Chapter Meetings 2020:

September Chapter Meeting

All About Bluebirds

Dr. Lynn Siefferman of Appalachian State University will discuss her research on Bluebirds. Among other interesting topics, she has researched the correlation between Eastern Bluebird coloration and reproductive success.

September 22, 2020

7:00 PM

This meeting will be held via Zoom. If you would like to attend, email us at

October Chapter Meeting

Birds of the American Southwest

Our Chapter Meeting will be held virtually this month, on October 27th at 7:00 PM. via Zoom.

The topic of our October Chapter meeting will be Birds of the Southwest.  We are looking forward to hearing from Forsyth Audubon member Leesa Goodson, who will present a program of photos and share her experiences birding in the American Southwest, particularly Southern California and Arizona.  Leesa is a talented photographer and avid birder.  She loves using her photography as a way to learn more about birds and birding.  She is often amazed at what new details and information photographs can reveal about the birds she has seen.  

We will be meeting virtually again this month.  Our Chapter Meeting will take place on Zoom on Tuesday, October 27th at 7:00 PM.  If you do not receive our Chapter emails and would like to attend this meeting, please contact Don Lendle for information about how to join this meeting. If you would like to be added to our email list and receive information about all upcoming Chapter Events, please contact Communication Chair Heather Moir.