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Virginia Lake Water Quality Improvement Project Public Meeting
The City of Reno plans to have another public meeting for the Virginia Lake Water Project sometime in March of 2015. Watch this space for more details on the date, time and place of the meeting. This is the link to the City's website with the Virginia Lake Project alternatives. Read the options to learn more about each of the alternatives; LAS supports Alternative B.

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  • Reports of Trips and Events - Please visit the Reports page page on our site. The page includes a short synopsis of LAS sponsored Field Trips and other LAS Events accompanied by photos.
  • Monthly Meetings - Held every fourth Tuesday of the month, January through May, and August through October, 6:30 pm (social), 7:00 pm (program meeting). Please visit the Meetings page for details.
  • Field Trips - A great way to view and learn about birds in our area. They are free for Audubon members and non-members. Birders of all skill levels are welcome to participate. Please visit the Field Trips page for more information.
  • Birds & Books - Would you like to share your love of bird and books with others? If so please visit the Birds & Books page.
  • LAS Info - Need to contact LAS for information? Please email Jacque Lowery at
  • Read postings to the Nevada Birds List Server to find out what's been seen throughout Nevada. To Join the Nevada Birds List Server visit this link
  • For comments, suggestions, errors on the website please contact the LAS Webmaster Val Martino at
  • The Lahontan Audubon Society, a chapter of the National Audubon Society, based in Reno and serving all of northern Nevada, represents a membership of more than 1000 conservation-minded individuals and families.

    We seek to help restore, preserve, and improve habitat for birds and other wildlife and to provide education about birds and their habitats in Nevada and adjacent areas of California.

    Our other primary activities include guided birding trips for the public and for school groups, site clean-ups and improvements, annual birding classes, and Christmas Bird Count. We publish occasional position papers on key Nevada conservation area issues, and we participate in or partner with various Nevada conservation agencies and groups.

    Our newsletter The Pelican and the Audubon Nevada Birds List Server disseminate Nevada birding information.

    Our flagship conservation effort is our Nevada Important Bird Areas program, headed by Director of Bird Conservation Robin Wilson, part of a hemispheric program to identify and preserve key bird habitat areas.

    We invite your involvement or membership.
    Lahontan Audubon Society
    P.O. Box 2304
    Reno, NV 89505