Prairie Falcon Audubon, Inc. (PFA) is dedicated to advocating for birders,
the birds we love to watch, and the environment we share.
PFA is Southcentral Idaho’s chapter of the National Audubon Society, based in Twin Falls, Idaho. PFA was formed for exclusively educational, scientific, and charitable purposes. We educate the public about birds, bird watching, and preservation/improvement of the environment that birds and bird watchers share. Our goals are to 1.) cultivate public awareness of and concern for birds and the natural environment among all age groups and to 2.) provide opportunities for members of our community to enhance their working knowledge of bird biology as well as their birdwatching skills. PFA accomplishes this through regular program meetings, field excursions, bird census and monitoring activities, e-newsletters, cooperative volunteer projects, and a variety of other means. We are dedicated to offering free and open-to-the-public access to all of our events.
Board of Directors
Sarah Harris: President
Janice Simpkin: Secretary
Deborah Aldama: Treasurer
Melody Asher: Program Chair
Karl Ruprecht: Field Trip Chair
Pat Weber: Conservation Chair
Randy Smith, Membership Chair
Bill Bridges: Board Member
Jeff Ruprecht: Board Member
Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Statement
Prairie Falcon Audubon, Inc. fully supports
National Audubon Society’s statement on Equity, Diversity and Inclusion.
Prairie Falcon Audubon, Inc. believes that everyone has the right to enjoy birds, the outdoors, and a healthy and safe environment. To fulfill our mission to educate the public about birds, bird watching, and preservation/improvement of the environment that birds and bird watchers share, we will work to include everyone, no matter their race, gender, sexual orientation, religion, political affiliation, age, or disability. We are committed to building an equitable, diverse, anti-racist, accessible, fun, and inclusive organization that supports birds, and the people who watch them, in our community.