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Contact trip leader Mark DeDea (email@example.com or 339-1277) to register for this outing or with questions. We will start our day at Kingston Point, which often harbors late sparrows and their allies. Dickcissel and Lapland Longspur have made appearances in the past. Waterfowl and eagles can be expected as well. We will then carpool to River Rd. in Port Ewen to view the Hudson for additional waterfowl and eagles. The Kingston Point Beach parking lot is located near the east…Find out more »
Contact Mark DeDea (firstname.lastname@example.org 339-1277) to confirm your participation and for info and directions. Meet Mark at the Hurley Town Hall, Wamsley Place, Hurley, NY 12443 (near intersection by Hurley Mountain Inn, Hurley Post Office, and Stewart’s Shop) for a 9:00 a.m. start time. The party will carpool to a stretch of the Hurley rail trail or two depending on conditions to scout out birdy locations for the following week’s Christmas Bird Count. After a few hours in the field…Find out more »
Participate in the longest running citizen science effort in the world. Contact Steve Chorvas (246-5900 or email@example.com ) for assignment in the Mohonk Lake/Ashokan Reservoir count circle no later than Saturday, November 23. Be prepared for a full day out of doors. Reports from feeder watchers in the count circle are also desired. Please contact Steve regarding details about compilation get together afterward, submission of records, and weather postponement.Find out more »
Participate in the longest running citizen science effort in the world. Contact Mark DeDea (339-1277 or firstname.lastname@example.org ) for assignment in the Ulster/ Dutchess count circle no later than Saturday, December 21st. Be prepared for a full day out of doors. Reports from feeder watchers in the count circle are also desired. Please contact Mark regarding details about compilation get together afterward, submission of records, and weather postponement.Find out more »
The NYMS (Minnewaska/Shawangunk) Christmas Bird Count takes it’s second voyage and is sure to be exciting with lots of our favorite winter birding spots within the circle. Contact Nick Martin (255-0752 or Nicholas.Martin@parks.ny.gov ) for assignment no later than Saturday, December 28th. Be prepared for a full day out of doors. Reports from feeder watchers in the count circle are also desired. Please contact Nick regarding details about compilation get together afterward, submission of records, and weather postponement.Find out more »
The 15th annual Esopus Bend Nature Preserve Winter Bird Count (WBC) will be conducted on Saturday, January 11, 2019. Participants will census wintering birds throughout the 160-acre Nature Preserve, recording numbers of individuals and species diversity. WBC results will become part of the Preserve's biodiversity database and will help provide future guidance for land management and stewardship decisions. The diurnal part of the survey starts at approximately 7:45 a.m. Esopus Bend Nature Preserve is located on the banks of the…Find out more »
Contact trip leader Christine Guarino (email@example.com ) to register for this outing. Start the New Year right and get outdoors on this popular roadside trip between New Paltz and Wallkill. Wintering raptors, congregating waterfowl and gulls as well as half hardies will be the focus on this outing. We will drive through Blue Chip and Watchtower Farms with stops along the Wallkill River and at Shawangunk Grasslands NWR (Galeville), and the Ulster County Fairgrounds. Meet Christine to carpool at the…Find out more »
This annual statewide count includes waterfowl and their allies as well as eagles. Data collected will aid in understanding population trends and conservation practices of Atlantic Flyway waterfowl. The survey will include open bodies of water, especially along the Hudson, Esopus, Wallkill, and Rondout Rivers and possibly the Ashokan Reservoir as well as open agricultural areas where geese may graze. Contact Steve Chorvas (firstname.lastname@example.org or 845-246-5900) for assignment. NOTE: snow/rain date on Sunday 1/19/20Find out more »
The field trips of JBNHS are oriented to nature study. They are free and open to the public. We do, however, sometimes visit sites that charge admission fees, which are the responsibility of the participants. Children are very welcome on field trips, but pets are not. Although there is a brief courtesy waiting period for latecomers, the meeting times are important: please arrive in time to sign up with the leader.