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|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
|Aug 5||5p - 8p||Sunset Paddle on Onandaga Lake
The Onondaga Lake Conservation Corps will lead a recreational, 2-mile paddle along Onondaga Lake's recently restored western shoreline and wetlands to experience the autumn bird migration. Onondaga Lake is an important stopover area for migratory shorebirds, songbirds and birds of prey during their long and impressive journey. Birding experts from the Montezuma Audubon Center and Onondaga Audubon will discuss how enhanced wetlands along the lakeshore are supporting the Onondaga Lake watershed and its value as an Important Bird Area. The event is sponsored by Honeywell, Ramboll, and Parsons.
A limited number of tandem canoes and solo kayaks are available to rent and will be reserved in advance on a first come, first served basis. Participants may also use their own non-motorized personal watercrafts. Paddleboarders are welcome. Click here to register.
|Aug 29||6p - 9p||50th Anniversary Celebration of the NorthEast Hawk Watch
NEHW is kicking off its 50th anniversary with a special FREE webinar open to everyone! On the agenda (which you can view here): Hawk Watching; WE COUNT! Fifty Amazing Years of the NorthEast Hawk Watch; Trends for the Hawks That You Counted; Beyond the Numbers: Hawk Trapping; and a special 45-minute keynote by Kate Davis of Raptors of the Rockies: Three Decades of Raptor Education: Optimism for the Future. Advanced registration is required to receive the Zoom link. We look forward to seeing you there!