For directions to meeting places, arrangements to meet you along the way, and other information, contact Bill Ostrander at 607-732-3370 or email@example.com. CVAS is committed to increasing diversity, equity, and inclusion in our conservation and education programs and to welcoming all who wish to work and learn with us. Any person, regardless of age, race, religion, ability, or gender identity, who is interested in wild life study, protection, and conservation, may be enrolled as a member upon receipt of the first payment of dues.
CVAS Book Club
Meet in the Private Dining Room at Appleridge (Map) as we choose our next book list.
|June 17||6:30p||Annual Picnic at Sperr Memorial Park
It's that time again! Audubon members are invited to attend our annual picnic at Sperr Memorial Park on Thursday, June 17, at 6:30pm. This year things will be a little different because of COVID. We ask that you bring your own supper and drinks (no dish to pass). If you are not vaccinated, please wear your mask when not eating/drinking and maintain social distancing. We can't wait to see you!
Montezuma Audubon Society
|June 23 - 30||7pm||Big Atlas Weekend
If this year’s “Big Day” didn’t fit into your busy spring schedule, here’s another chance to make your birding count! How about a Big Atlas Weekend? This exciting new event is a fun way for birders from across the state to document breeding birds and come together as a birding community. For many birds in the Northeast, breeding peaks in late June. It’s a great time to confirm breeding and fill gaps in the Atlas data.
This event is being coordinated across four states that are conducting Breeding Bird Atlases right now—New York, Maine, Maryland and DC, and North Carolina.