The mission of Onondaga Audubon is to encourage the conservation of birds and other wildlife native to Central and Northern New York.
Local, regional, global. Making a difference.
From Audubon in the Classroom to Audubon Camp scholarships.
Field trips, team birding events and citizen science projects.
Two properties on the Lake Ontario shore for your exploration.
Onondaga Audubon is the National Audubon Chapter for Central New York and the eastern Lake Ontario basin. With over 2200 members we serve Cayuga, Cortland, Herkimer, Jefferson, Lewis, Madison, Oneida, Onondaga, and Oswego counties.
Meetings are held at various sites from September to May, excluding January and February. Typically the meetings are held the second Wednesday of the month. Please check The Kestrel newsletter and this website for details on each monthly meeting’s date and time. Meetings usually run approximately two hours long. Field trips are held year round to observe birds, and other interesting aspects of nature. All programs and field trips are free and open to the public.
OAS owns and operates two sanctuaries on Lake Ontario: Derby Hill Bird Observatory and Richard A. Noyes Sanctuary. Derby Hill is an important site for spring hawk migration. Noyes Sanctuary provides a variety of scenic and birding opportunities in all seasons. Both sanctuaries have maintained trails and are free and open to the public, dawn to dusk.
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Looking forward to May 10th. Just had two Sandhill cranes fly over my car while driving on the Thruway through Montezuma! – 10:35 am 4/10/14.
The good news is hearing loons out on the lake off Mexico Point. The bad news is I have noticed water chestnut on the Little Salmon River, Mexico NY
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