Don Gorney, Amos Butler Audubon Society will be at Earth Day to promote saving the wetlands to protect the native birds like owls and woodpeckers of Indiana.
Amos Butler Audubon was first established in 1938 as the Indiana Audubon Society Amos W. Butler District. In 1952 the name was changed in conjunction with the Board's decision to officially became a grassroots chapter of the the National Audubon Society. If you are wondering who Amos Butler was, he was a man widely considered to be Indiana's greatest naturalist. Among his many accomplishments, in 1890 Amos Butler published The Birds of Indiana, the first book of its kind for the state.
9 P.M. UPDATE: The winter storm warnings have been canceled and most snow is coming to an end. The colder temperatures were starting to move into central Indiana.
Carmel has a voice in the climate change discussion.
It's been a busy 24 hours for road crews in Indiana. And for many south of Indianapolis, the work isn't close to being over.