Jackson Audubon Society
5120 Reddoch Drive, Jackson, MS 39211
RADAR & MIGRATION IN MISSISSIPPI: A New
Ever wondered how many birds are passing overhead
on a spring night--or which nights are the best? Head
over to our brand-new blog, where we'll be keeping
tabs on bird migration all season with the
eye-opening tool of radar imagery.
NEW!! Stay up to date on chapter meetings,
field trips and more.
Adam T. Rohnke, JAS Past President
Occupation: Wildlife Biologist
Started birding: 1999
What sparked interest in birding: First my
grandmother inspired me growing up, then my first
college ornithology class set the hook!
First joined JAS: 2005-06
Offices held in JAS: President, Conservation
Favorite MS birding place: Tara Wildlife
Favorite birding place outside MS: Hawk
Backyard birding endeavors: Creating
bird-friendly habitat with native plantings and
working on a bird list of 39 spp. since we bought the
house in 2006
Most memorable birding moment: Overall when I
saw my first Harlequin Duck; recently, my first
Birding achievements: Completed 4 Breeding
Bird Surveys this spring; passing 300 species on my
life list, and hopefully by the end of '07 passing
the 400 mark.
Advice to birders: Remember while birding to
look down every once in a while, as there are many
other cool critters in the wild to be seen!!!