Wall Calendars and More by Audubon

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Audubon Calendars are gorgeous and with a purchase funds go directly to wildlife concerns. Local chapters all over the U.S. help educate young people and bring enjoyment to elders

This is your picture page and buying guide for Audubon 2018 Calendars. Enjoy nature with the world's foremost bird organization. Stunning new calendars with pictures by professional photographers and published by the Workman Publishing Company keep you organized throughout the year.

Some calendar choices have hundreds of photos. The year of 2018 showcases songbirds, garden birds, and Birds Gone Wild. Enjoy the beauty of nature with calendars and support the Society's environmental work.

Your purchase helps the organization. Displaying the calendars in your kitchen or office desk reinforces the work and the Audubon's view on nature and earth's sustainability. The calendars are good reminders about local Audubon chapters in hundreds of cities and towns. The next three years may need everyone's help.

Birds Gone Wild
Birds Gone Wild

Have you been known to sight and identify birds?

Audubon Nature: A Birder's Wall Calendar 2018

Audubon Nature is the definitive wall calendar for nature lovers, birders, environmentalists, and travel enthusiasts alike. Here are glorious sites in nature—and the birds that ...

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Audubon Birds in the Garden Wall Calendar 2018

A celebration of songbirds and other birds that alight in (or wander into) your garden from Audubon, the nation’s leading organization of bird experts. Twelve months of vibrant,...

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Audubon Songbirds and Other Backyard Birds Picture-A-Day Calendar 2018

Any birder—expert or rookie—can appreciate the sheer breadth of beauty covered in Audubon Songbirds Picture-A-Day wall calendar. Admire the plumage and poise of these gorgeous c...

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Audubon Birds Gone Wild Wall Calendar 2018

Celebrate of the hilarious side of birds from the experts at Audubon. Ducks skidding on the ice; the up-close and cross-eyed look of a bald eagle, feathers completely ruffled as...

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Three wall calendars above are less than $10.00. Workman Publishing has printed Audubon calendars for years and always deliver good printing and quality paper. 

Two more calendars for daily notes and keeping appointments organized are also offered. Please take note that the Page-A-Day is getting low reviews. Apparently, the format was changed this year.

Audubon Birds Page-A-Day Calendar 2018

The Audubon BirdsPage-A-Day Calendar is a celebration of gorgeous and diverse species from around the world, photographed in their native habitats. Whether it’s the grace of a s...

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Audubon Birder's Engagement Calendar 2018

This perennially bestselling engagement calendar celebrates the wonders of nature and the birds that inhabit it. Using it is like being reminded every day of what bird and natur...

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Audubon Birder's Engagement Calendar 2018

When I had more time I used the engagement organizer as a journal. I have about a dozen from the late 70's and the 80's. I can pinpoint concerts, meeting friends and big purchases. I wrote happenings of the day in little snippets. Sort of today's Twitter.

The weekly journal is spiral bound and lies flat for easy writing. Perfect for daily notes and remainders. The book calendar has a page for each week of the year with space for each day's events. Plus information about the featured bird of the week.

Audubon Birder's Engagement Calendar
Audubon Birder's Engagement Calendar

Happy to Report

The week of Oct. 13. 2013 California passed a bill to eliminate lead ammunition in the state by 2019. Six years is a long time to wait for it to come into effect, but I am glad a step has been taken.
 
All predator birds such as hawks, falcons, eagles, and condors are going to benefit directly. We have cleaned up lead use in our homes and school plumbing, the very ground of California is our next natural choice.
 
Lead, is as poisonous as DDT, PCBs and asbestos. In a few years we will feel about lead as we do about other toxins, because our facts will be formulated and acknowledged. I had good information on this subject because the Audubon Magazine had covered the toxic effects of lead on the environment.
Updated: 12/19/2017, paperfacets
 
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blackspanielgallery 27 days ago

Nice subject for calendars. Birds appeal to most.

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