Delaware-Otsego Audubon Society (DOAS)

Established in 1968 – A Chapter of the National Audubon Society since 1970

2020 Gone Birding Scavenger Hunt Winners Announced

The ‘2020 Gone Birding’ Scavenger Hunt, sponsored this Spring by Delaware-Otsego Audubon Society (DOAS) has been a great hit! “We seem to have struck a chord with people – when all sorts of activities have been cancelled, this has provided something to do either as a solo activity or with small family groups. The fact that you can do it anywhere also helps!”

Above: Brown Thrasher, Photo by Danielle Tucker;
Post Featured Image: American Goldfinch, Photo by Katie Murphy

DOAS received just under thirty official entries in time for the May 8 deadline, but the information remains online at doas.us/2020-gone-birding for anyone who would like to do it just for fun!

The following people held the highest scores in each category and prizes are currently being coordinated:

Shamus Murphy, Cooperstown, NY – 4-14 – Novice

Samantha Misa, Delhi, NY – 15-30 – Novice

Danielle Tucker, Delhi, NY – 15-30 – Intermediate

Shane LeClair, Denver, NY – Over 30 – Novice

Tom Austin, Walton, NY – Over 30 – Intermediate

We are grateful to all our participants for your enthusiasm, your wonderful comments and your photos!

Tom Austin, Emma Kingsbury, Eli Kingsbury, Caleb Kingsbury, Lynn Oles, Samantha Misa, Katie Palm, Debbie DeKoeyer, Eric Blackman, Emily Blackman, Shane LeClair, Nina Hart, Danielle Tucker, Debra Ann Miller, Shamus Murphy, Molly Murphy, Katie Murphy, Eileen Hill, Robert Holstead, The Brown Family (Liz, Jonathan, Robin and Keira), Sarah Patterson, Jon Hansen, Lisetta Coffin, and Janice Downie.

An image gallery of submitted photos can be found at https://doas.us/gone-birding-image-gallery/

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Delaware-Otsego Audubon Society
P.O. Box 544
Oneonta, NY 13820
(607) 397-3815
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