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Robert T. McElroy

Chairman

Audubon of Kansas Inc

HQ Phone:  (785) 537-4385

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Audubon of Kansas Inc

210 Southwind Place

Manhattan, Kansas,66503

United States

Company Description

Audubon of Kansas was created to build on the collective legacy of local Audubon Societies, the achievements of the Kansas Audubon Council established in 1975, and regional Audubon initiatives. Audubon initiatives have resulted in dedication of 100,000 acres o...more

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Board of Trustees - Audubon of Kansas

www.audubonofkansas.org [cached]

Robert McElroy is an early member of the AOK board and served as President for approximately five years.
He was active in helping establish the Hutton Ranch as an Audubon Niobrara Wildlife Sanctuary in west central Nebraska. Dr. McElroy is a retired physician, founding President of the Tallgrass Surgery Group in Topeka. He has spent time as a medical volunteer in Ethiopia, Haiti, and Nicaragua. He lives in Topeka with his wife Jean.


Bob McElroy

www.audubonofkansas.org [cached]

Dr. Robert T. "Bob" McElroy
Bob McElroy is a retired general surgeon and founder of the Tallgrass Surgical Group in Topeka. He is a native Topekan who graduated from Kansas State University and the University of Kansas School of Medicine. He was trained in surgery in California and spent 35 years in private surgical practice. Bob has spent time in Africa, Haiti, Nicaragua and other developing nations working as a mission surgeon and teaching. Bob works with and helps support a group in Nicaragua that supervises medical clinics in very rural or remote areas. He also serves on the board of a group in Mississippi through Mendenhall Ministries and on the Central Baptist Theologic Seminary board. Bob is a member of the Topeka Audubon Society and a charter member of the Audubon of Kansas Board of Trustees. Bob has become knowledgeable about the important issues involving Audubon and the environment. He serves as Chairman of the Board of Trustees and as Chairman of the Development Committee. He has also volunteered his time working at the Hutton Sanctuary several times with Ron. Bob is an accomplished boat builder and enjoys sailing, hunting, and nature.


AOK - Board of Trustees

www.audubonofkansas.org [cached]

Robert T. McElroy, MD , Chairman
Bob McElroy, MD, Topeka


Audubon of Kansas

www.audubonofkansas.org [cached]

Robert T. McElroy, MD, Vice-chairmanBob McElroy, Topeka


Prairie Dogs and Black-footed Ferrets – Audubon of Kansas

www.audubonofkansas.org [cached]

Audubon of Kansas biologists (Ron Klataske and Dr. Robert T. McElroy, M.D., chairman of the Board of Trustees) conducted preliminary field checks on a number of surrounding prairie dog colonies last Friday and Saturday.
A preliminary field survey conducted by Audubon of Kansas biologists (Ron Klataske and Dr. Robert T. McElroy, M.D., chairman of the Board of Trustees) January 7-8, 2011 indicated that a number of other prairie dog colonies nearby have not yet been impacted, or are in the early stages of decline.


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