DOAS Provides Support for ‘The Messenger’ at Glimmerglass Film Days

On Saturday, November 12, from 1pm-3pm at the Fenimore Art Museum, Glimmerglass Film Days will be presenting The Messenger, a documentary about the alarming global impacts that our world is having on birds.  Delaware-Otsego Audubon Society (DOAS) is proud to provide partial sponsorship for this presentation, made richer and more valuable by a Question/Answer period following […]

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Fall Montezuma Trip Recap

By Eleanor Moriarty, Trip Leader On Sunday, October 16th, DOAS sponsored a fall birding trip to the Montezuma National Wildlife Refuge, located at the north end of Cayuga Lake, and US Route 20, East Seneca Falls, NY.  A group of seventeen participants carpooled through the numerous pools and grasslands to view migrating geese, ducks, shorebirds, […]

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Golden Eagle Project Maps – Updated October 2016

This map displays the density of use of habitat of six Catskill region golden eagles that were present during the winter and spring. Individual GPS data points can be seen where eagles were traveling. The darker areas are where eagles persisted. The triangles are sites where the eagles were caught and then released in 2014 […]

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Open House 2016 Photo Gallery

A huge thank you to everyone including:   DOAS Board of Directors and spouses for refreshments and baked goods, support throughout the day. Everyone who came out to visit us on a cloudy (but very nice) day. Our Hawkwatch Volunteers who were available to answer questions during the day. Tom Salo, DOAS Board Director and […]

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September 15 – WZOZ FM Radio with Tom Salo and Leslie Ann

DOAS Director and Research Co-Chair Tom Salo was featured this morning on WZOZ with a special message for hunters and a plea to switch to non-lead ammunition this coming season. Click the play button below to listen!   For additional information on the topic, please go to http://huntingwithnonlead.org.    

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