Central Westchester Audubon Society
Elmsford, Greenburgh, Harrison, Purchase, Rye, Rye Brook, Port Chester and White Plains
P.O. Box 359, White Plains, NY 10602
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Program - Creatures of Light: Nature's Bioluminescense - Bernie Wides, Tuesday, October 15, 7:00 PM refreshments, 7:15 PM program, Rye Nature Center, 873 Boston Post Road, Rye, NY
Program - Live Raptors - Jim Eyring, Thursday, November 21, 7:00 PM, Church Street School Gymnasium. 295 Church St., White Plains
BRSS/CWAS Field Trips
September 22, Sunday-Connecticut Coast (with Saw Mill River Audubon)
September 29, Sunday-Fire Island - Meet at Village Hall at 7:15 am. Looking for migrating hawks and land birds.
October 13, Sunday- Larchmont Reservoir/ (with Hudson River Audubon)
November 17, Sunday- Jamaica Bay National Wildlife Refuge (Co-sponsored by WBC / Saw Mill River Audubon). Meet at Wild Bird Center at 8:00 am or at 9:00 at refuge. We will be looking for early migrant waterfowl and late fall migrants.
December 22, Sunday- Christmas Bird Count - Contact Doug Bloom to Volunteer for this important bird survey. Volunteer for a few hours or all day.
January 5, Sunday- Jones Beach (With Hudson River Audubon) - Meet at 7:00 am at village hall or Coast Guard Station lot at 8:15. Wintering Ducks, and other birds. Possible Snowy Owls.
January 19, Sunday- Pelham Bay Daytime Owl Prowl (with Saw Mill River Audubon) - Meet at 8:00 am at Orchard Beach in far left corner of parking lot. Will be looking for wintering owls, and other wintering birds.
February 1, Saturday- Eagle Walk - Meet at Wild Bird Center at 8:00 am for our annual Eagle walk or at Croton Point Park at 8:40 in big parking lot near Gazebo.
February 8, Saturday- Annual Eagle Fest - Meet at Wild Bird Center at 8:00 am or at 8:40 at Croton Point Park in large parking lot near gazebo. The Annual Eagle Fest runs from 9:00 to 4:00.and features different exhibits, live raptor shows and sites to see eagles.
March 9, Sunday-Read and Marshlands - Meet at 8:00 am at Read Sanctuary. Looking for late wintering waterfowl and early spring migrants.
April 27-Sunday, Rye Nature Center.- Meet at 8:00 am at the nature center parking lot. We will be looking for early migrants - warblers and other songbirds that are passing through.
May 4, Sunday- Central Park (with Hudson River) - Meet at 7:30 am at 77th street at statue across from Museum of Natural History. Will be looking for spring migrants such as warblers, orioles and others.
May 18, Sunday- Doodletown Road - Meet at 8:00 am at Doodletown Road. Best place to see nesting Cerulean Warblers and other migrants.
Bird Walks and Ecology Programs at Marshlands Conservancy
Bring binoculars and meet at the Visitors Center. Beginners welcome. For a full listing of programs and activities visit marshlandsconservancy.com or call 914-835-4466.
Saturday, September 14 - Pond Whatsit?
Sunday, September 15 - Fall Bird Migrants: The Next Wave
Sunday, September 15 - Fall Fungus Find
Saturday, September 21- Fall Foliage Find
Saturday, September 28 - Final Fall Bird Migration Investigation
Sunday, September 29 - Stream to Salt Marsh
Saturday, October 19 - Fall Colors at the Sanctuary
Sunday, October 20 - Fall Seining in the Marsh
Saturday and Sunday, October 26 & 27 Sunday Dig-a-tree
Sunday, November 10 - Survival Series- Wild Edibles and Fire Starting
Sunday, November 17 - Survival Series- Tracking and Orienteering
Sunday, November 24 - Pre-Thanksgiving Exploration
Sunday, December 8 - Seeing the Trees for the Buds
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