Join Host Eric Struening, Instructional Support Assistant in the Wildlife Management Program at SUNY Cobleskill’s Center for Agriculture and Natural Resources, Fisheries, Wildlife and Environmental Science Department for a special Q&A Interview with DOAS Board Director, Tom Salo in regards to the Franklin Mountain Hawkwatch in Oneonta.
This bird chat presentation focuses on what to expect for Hawk Migration this fall and is hosted by DOAS Co-President, Andy Mason and DOAS Research Coordinator and Board Director, Tom Salo. Information about other upcoming programs can be found at the Delaware-Otsego Audubon Society Website at www.doas.us. Featured Image: Golden Eagle; Photo by Landa Palmer
As a follow up to our Birding for Beginners Webinar in mid-July (2020), we are hosting chat sessions with DOAS Board Members and guests through the summer. If you have a bird question or observations you would like to share, please join us! For this session join DOAS Treasurer, Charlie Scheim and Oneonta Region Christmas Bird Count Coordinator, Sandy Bright. LINKS from Chat Session Cornell Lab of Ornithology – All About Birds Website The Birder’s Handbook: A Field Guide to the Natural History of North American Birds (Amazon Link) Attend the Next Chat You can register once for the series
Our second session focuses on your camera’s settings – what they are and how to use them: shutter speeds, aperture and more! Bring your questions and “Ask Rod”! Photography Chat – Exposure Basics (Support Document) Share Your Photos (For Questions and Discussion – not for Critique) – Please note in description or title that this your image is “For Chat Session with Rod”. CLICK HERE TO REGISTER FOR THE NEXT SESSION Are you a bird enthusiast who wants to delve into bird photography? If this describes you and you are not sure where to begin, this series of ‘chats’ might
Join Delaware-Otsego Audubon Society (DOAS) and SUNY Oneonta’s A.J. Read Science Discovery Center for a special workshop introducing the basics of birding as a pastime. The program is presented by Andy Mason and Charlie Scheim, Co-President and Treasurer of DOAS respectively and includes things like choosing binoculars, field guides, birding apps and other identification aids along with how to find good locations, connecting with other birders and organizations and possibilities for more advanced birding. Printable Resources Birding HintsObserving Birds for IdentificationBird Families of the Northern CatskillsBirding Hot Spots Online Bird Chat Sessions with DOAS Board The presentation overviews common bird
Are you a bird enthusiast who wants to delve into bird photography? If this describes you and you are not sure where to begin, this series of ‘chats’ might be the perfect solution for you! Join Delaware-Otsego Audubon Society (DOAS) Board Member and Local Photographer, Rod Sutton for a series of short, informal ‘chat’-style sessions for guidance, advice and tips for budding bird photographers. To learn about all upcoming DOAS programs and events, sign up for DOAS emails. For additional information, please view:What Type of Camera Should I get for Bird Photography