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Upcoming Events

Apr 01

Waterfowl Trip around Lake Otsego

April 1 @ 8:00 am - 12:00 pm
Apr 15

Bluebird Program at SUNY Cobleskill

April 15 @ 10:00 am - 3:00 pm
Apr 21

Marvels of Avian Migration

April 21 @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Apr 22

Earth Festival Bird Walk

April 22 @ 9:00 am - 11:00 am
Apr 22

DOAS Exhibit at Earth Festival in Milford

April 22 @ 11:00 am - 3:00 pm

Join DOAS

The Delaware-Otsego Audubon Society Inc. (DOAS) has been a Chapter of the National Audubon Society since 1977. Our mission is to educate, improve environmental quality, protect and maintain ecological systems and wisely utilize and conserve natural resources.
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Individual: $15/1 year OR $25/2 years
Family: $20/1 year OR $30/2 years

Members Receive:

  • 9 issues of The Belted Kingfisher (printed and mailed unless email only preferred)
  • Notification of upcoming programs and messages through DOAS News ListServe emails
  • Volunteer participation opportunities
  • Early notice for special events and opportunities; Member discounts when possible.
  • Download Membership Form

    • ACTION ALERT: Federal Budget and Climate Change Action - March 22 +

      YOUR ACTION IS NEEDED President Trump's budget slashes funding for programs to gather climate data and minimize damage from climate change. Representative John Faso recently co-sponsored a resolution detailing a host of climate change impacts. Mr. Faso is a majority party representative on the House Budget Committee. This magnifies his Read More
    • 2017 Environmental Education Grant Recipients +

      Each year, Environmental Education Grants are awarded to classroom teachers in the DOAS area (Delaware, Otsego, eastern Chenango, and western Schoharie Counties) through the DOAS EE Grant Program.   This year's recipients are: Lori Wrench, Cooperstown Elementary School  - Materials and supplies to build a Bird Sanctuary in an enclosed courtyard area;  Read More
    • ACTION ALERT - Climate Change Scientists Need Our Help +

      Call Congressman Faso Today The climate in Washington has changed. If you care about the scientific integrity of climate science, it is time to make a phone call. In spite of a scientific consensus, President Trump has called climate change a “hoax”. His recent actions make it clear that the Read More
    • 2017 Waterfowl Count Results +

      There was a good variety of waterfowl species recorded on the DOAS section of the NY State Ornithological Assoc.'s annual waterfowl count held the weekend of Jan. 15.  Waterways were largely open after a recent warm spell.  As usual, Otsego Lake turned up the most birds, including Common Loons, Redheads, Read More
    • 2016 Hawkwatch Totals at Franklin Mountain +

      Totals for August through December 2016 Turkey Vulture—465 Osprey—52 Bald Eagle—197 Northern Harrier—36 Sharp-shinned Hawk—301 Cooper's Hawk—52 Northern Goshawk—7 Red-shouldered Hawk—22 Broad-winged Hawk—2060 Red-tailed Hawk—1132 Rough-legged Hawk—2 Golden Eagle—231 American Kestrel—57 Merlin—33 Peregrine Falcon—14 Unidentified Raptor—27 Total--4688 Read More
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    March 2017 Newsletter

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