Indiana Audubon Quarterly

The Indiana Audubon Quarterly (IAQ) is the ornithological journal of record for the state of Indiana.  It is published four times a year and features articles specifically devoted to Indiana ornithological information as well as timely articles on other natural history subjects, bird and wildflower census materials, and literature reviews.

The Cardinal

The Cardinal is the bimonthly electronic newsletter of the Society.  The purpose of the Cardinal is to keep members notified of happenings on environmental issues, announce important Society dates and activities, report on meetings of officers and the Board of Directors, and provide information on field trips of interest to members.

ABOUT OUR PUBLICATIONS

The Society publications are a benefit of membership and electronic copies of current and archived issues can be viewed online and/or downloaded once you log into the site using your membership ID and password.  If you are not a member and wish to view the publications, please join now.

The Quarterly and the Cardinal rely on the Society membership to provide articles on Indiana birdlife and natural history, news and general interest information.

BIRDS OF NORTH AMERICA BENEFIT TO MEMBERSHIP

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The Indiana Audubon Society (IAS) is pleased to to offer a huge benefit for our online members.  Included with your online membership* is a subscription to Cornell Lab of Ornithology’s online Birds of North America (BNA), a comprehensive reference of North America’s breeding birds.

Birds of North American (BNA)

Birds of North American (BNA)

The print version of BNA encompasses 18 volumes, over 18,000 pages and took the American Ornithologists’ Union, Cornell Laboratory of Ornithology and the Academy of Natural Sciences 10 years to complete.  The online version is an updatable living reference which includes the life history information detailed in the print version and has the added benefit of including calls, songs, video and supplemental information.  Learn More about the Birds of North America

Brock’s Bird CDs are a compilation of Indiana’s birding knowledge.  The two CDs describe 409 species of birds that comprise Indiana avifauna.  Each species account contains historical information, comments on occurance, migration statistics, maximum counts, and nesting data.  Population trends are presented for most breeding species.  Maps, graphs, and tables support the presentation.  More than 100 color photographs are included (even more in the Birds of Indiana Dunes!).  Both CDs are available in the Online Store.

Brock’s Birds of Indiana was produced in 2006 and remains the most up to date guide for the birds of the Hoosier State.  The Indiana Audubon Society is pleased to be able to provide the CD for Hoosier birders.

Brock’s Birds of Indiana Dunes is the latest publication from Dr. Kenneth Brock. It’s 2010 publication provides a completely updated bird finding guide for Indiana’s best birding sites along the Lake Michigan shoreline.  Over 360 species are highlighted; most with full color photographs.

BNA ANNOUNCEMENT

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As of March 1, 2010, the Indiana Audubon Society (IAS) is pleased to announce an exciting new membership benefit for our online members.  Included with your online membership* is a subscription to Cornell Lab of Ornithology’s online Birds of North America (BNA), a comprehensive reference of North America’s breeding birds.

The print version of BNA encompasses 18 volumes, over 18,000 pages and took the American Ornithologists’ Union, Cornell Laboratory of Ornithology and the Academy of Natural Sciences 10 years to complete.  The online version is an updatable living reference which includes the life history information detailed in the print version and has the added benefit of including calls, songs, video and supplemental information.  Read more about the project at http://bna.birds.cornell.edu/bna.

The annual BNA subscription cost is $42 but IAS is proud to offer this service to its online members at no additional cost.  IAS is able to provide this benefit due to the tremendous response in migrating mail delivery ofThe Indiana Audubon Quarterly and The Cardinal to electronic delivery in 2009.  The special committee for Publications and Website proposed the idea to the IAS Board during the January 2010 meeting and it was enthusiastically accepted.  The committee believes BNA access to be a significant benefit to current online members and hopes to use BNA as a tool to recruit new members.

In order to access BNA, you will be required to login to the IAS webpage as usual.  From there, go to the Birds of North America link on the Publications menu. You will need to login to it at the bottom of the page where it says Other club and association members login here. Again use your IAS username and password.

Access to BNA will be granted on a quarterly basis for all new members. New access is granted in March, June, September, and December.

* The BNA benefit will not be included with the Library, Fledgling, and Young Birder memberships.  To receive the BNA benefit, members must agree to receive the publications online. Members who prefer to receive the publications by mail can receive the BNA benefit by donating $10 a year to help cover the extra cost of printing and postage.

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