Want to Become a Member?

Becoming a member of NCIOS is easy. But before you join this wonderful birding club, here are a few of the benefits of becoming a member.

  • Nine (9) monthly meetings full of birding information
  • Access to post messages and comments on NCIOS’s Blog
  • Access to friendly knowledgable birders from the area

To Join

** please attend one of our meetings **
** it is only $10.00 to join **

Contact the Webmaster

This website was created by Eddie Callaway. Current administrator is Joel Neylon any questions, comments, or concerns should be sent to:

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  1. Looks like I missed your June meeting, I am interested in joining, when is the next meeting?

  2. I believe that it will be on the second thursday in September, which is the 8th. The schedule for field trips and meeting speakers for 2016-17 hasn’t been set yet, but I understand that it is being worked on this month. Once it is set, it will be posted on this website. Most of the meetings this year were held at Severson Dells Education Center on Montague Road. In the fall, the meeting locations might change a little, depending on the month.

  3. Yesterday, I was told that the 2016-17 schedule is nearly ready. I hope that it will be on the website by the end of July.

  4. My husband and I are interested in joining the club. The next meeting is on September 8th, right?? What time do the meetings start?? Do they meet at Severson dells on Montague road?? Thank you!!

  5. Hi Lori,

    I’m sorry for this late reply. We have been traveling and just returned. I am not the webmaster, but have access privileges so I am able to respond.

    You are correct. The next meeting is on September 8. I am advised that it will be a pot luck with a discussion of where to find birds, and what kinds, in north central IL. I am passing your email address along to Phil Doncheck. He said that he has the 2016-17 schedule of meetings, programs, and field trips and will email them to you. Be sure to check meeting places because it is possible that some of the meetings will include Sinnissippi Audubon Society, and could be at Klehm Arboretum on those nights.

    Dan Williams

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