Field TripSeptember 7, 2019Green Lakes State Park, 7900 Green Lakes Rd, Fayetteville, NY 13066, USAThis hike will take from three to five hours (perhaps more) depending on trail length and weather conditions. It is highly recommended that participants bring their own water and insect repellent. Please contact Paul Richardson, 315-488-5022, for details and for specific time and meeting place.
Public ProgramSeptember 11, 2019 at 6:30 pm – 8:00 pmMarcellus Free Library 32 Maple St., Marcellus, N.Y.Citizen Science with CatTracker: A Smartphone App for Understanding an Ecological CATastrophe. An associate professor of biology at Le Moyne College, Onondaga Audubon board member Jason Luscier has been looking into free-ranging domestic cats. To better understand these populations in our region, he developed a smartphone app called CatTracker, which is designed to gather citizen-science…
Field TripSeptember 21, 2019Creekwalk/ Onondaga LakePaul Richardson will be leading a field trip to look for waterfowl and late migrating songbirds. Please contact Paul, 315-488-5022, for details and specific time and meeting place.
Field TripSeptember 22, 2019Sterling Nature Center, 15730 Jensvold Rd, Sterling, NY 13156, USAMaryanne Adams will lead a beginner’s bird walk at Sterling Nature Center. Bring binoculars. Some Great Blue Herons may still be at the rookery, as wellas shorebirds and ducks. Migrating songbirds are also possible. Contact Maryanne, email@example.com, 315-626-6368, to sign up.
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