Delaware-Otsego Audubon Society (DOAS)

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

Program: Owls of Central NY – Feb. 21, 7:30pm

Our February program to be held on Friday the 21st, will have as guest speaker Fred von Mechow, former program director at Rogers Environmental Education Center.

Fred has been a birder for 40 years and has participated in the New Jersey Audubon World Series of birding for 20 years, has conducted a route for the USWFS birding survey for 18 years and been a member of the Chenango Bird Club for 25 years.
 Fred will present “Owls of Central New York”.  Fred states that several owl species that breed in Central New York and a few others visit regularly or irregularly.  We will be treated to his knowledge and expertise on owls from the George Lesser Taxidermy collection housed at Rogers Environmental Education Center.  He will discuss the special adaptations owls have to survive in their habitat and niche.
Program is held at the Elm Park Methodist Church, Chestnut street, Oneonta New York and begins at 7:30pm.   Refreshments are served and it is free and open to the public.  If in need of further information, contact Eleanor Moriarty @ 607-435-2054

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