Project DRAWDOWN Climate Change Series

The Huntington Memorial Library in Oneonta, NY will be hosting a series of programs in April on climate change. It’s a program that strives to give participants concrete solutions that they can do based on information from a worldwide network of scholars and environmentalists. You may be familiar with the book, Drawdown, Edited by Paul […]

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Seneca Army Depot Birding Tours

Dear Birders: The Montezuma Audubon Center and Seneca White Deer would like to invite you to a unique birding experience this spring at the former Seneca Army Depot. We will offer a rare glimpse into the breeding and migratory songbirds, birds of prey and their habitats of this Audubon Important Bird Area (IBA). For years, […]

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Breeding Bird Atlas 2020

New York Breeding Bird Atlas III Update (from New York State Ornithological Association) By Kathryn Schneider, Co-chair, NY BBA III Steering Committee The Steering Committee for New York’s third Breeding Bird Atlas has been meeting since 2015 to fund, organize, and plan our next bird atlas.  This project will provide a five-year snapshot of the […]

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Shawangunk Grasslands Guided Hike

On Saturday, May 26th at 10am, Fish and Wildlife Service volunteer Ralph Tabor will lead a guided hike at Shawangunk Grasslands National Wildlife Refuge.  This is a great location to view grassland birds!  The hike is sponsored by our friends at Defenders of Wildlife and Carpooling from the Oneonta Area is available through Tara Miller, […]

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Free Woods Walk in Mount Vision on September 30

On Saturday, September 30th, from 9AM to 11:30AM the New York Forest Owners Association will host a free woods walk at the 1,250 acre Schoolhouse State Forest, Jones Road, Mt. Vision, NY. DEC forester Nathan Funk will explain how the DEC conducts a timber harvest that insures forest regeneration and how the DEC partnered with […]

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