Financial Support Needed For Wind Project Eagle Surveys

DOAS is a supporter of environmentally-sound wind power but believes wind projects should be sited and designed to minimize impacts on birds. Most recently we have taken an active role in assessing the potential impacts on eagles from the proposed Bluestone Wind Project near Deposit.  Surveys funded through the  state’s environmental review process, and conducted by Franklin Mountain hawk […]

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Audubon Camp – Summer 2018 – Photos

DOAS 2018 Nature Camps We had a wonderful summer camp season this year with a total of three sessions and 32 children attending.  Our camp staff did a great job orchestrating fun, nature-focused activities under the direction of Megan Langan, with the assistance of Liz Brown and Chris DeCesare.  Our third session was added this […]

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2018 Camp Programs

[Oneonta, NY- REGIONAL] Delaware-Otsego Audubon Society (DOAS) has announced the dates for the 2018 John G. New Audubon Summer Day Camp Sessions, special natural history and ecology focused programs for children entering grades 1-6 in the fall.  The camp will provide fun, hands-on experiences in natural science and environmental education through field investigations, crafts and games.  […]

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2018 Eagle Trip Follow Up

Successful Eagle Trip Thirty-five eagle seekers turned out on Jan. 20 for this year’s excursion to the Delaware County reservoirs and rivers.  It was a pleasant, balmy 40 degree day that provided a welcome outdoor experience after a month of cold and snowy weather. The eagle cooperated, although not in the numbers of recent years. 10-15 […]

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Interesting Bird at Hawkwatch

The bird was seen several times interacting with normally plumaged Red-tailed Hawks. It resembles a juvenile Krider’s Red-tailed Hawk but some experts think it might just be an aberrant eastern bird.  Photos by © Kyle Dudgeon (used with permission);  

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