The mission of the Onondaga Audubon Society is to engender in Central and Northern New Yorkers a greater appreciation for their land, water, and other natural resources, and to increase respect for the wildlife that inhabits these places, especially birds. Onondaga Audubon believes this focus will lead to wiser use of these resources, and we encourage such use through program meetings, field trips, sanctuary management, and environmental education.
- Field Trip January 21, 2017 at 9:00 am – 1:00 pm Creek Walk and Syracuse Inner Harbor Paul Richardson will lead a hike to the Onondaga Lake shoreline where wintering Bald Eagles roost. He will also head to the Syracuse Inner Harbor to look for waterfowl and wintering gulls. Please dress warmly. Contact Paul (315 488-5022) for additional details.
- Field Trip January 22, 2017 Jefferson County, NY Michele Nelligan and Rose DeNeve will lead a trip to northwestern Jefferson County for winter hawks, open country birds, and waterfowl. Snowy Owl is possible, with other northern species likely. This trip will be primarily by car and is weather dependent. There may also be an option to extend the field trip to look for…
- Field Trip January 28, 2017 Oswego River Join Bill Purcell on a trip to look for waterfowl and gulls along the rivers from Baldwinsville to Oswego. Please contact Bill (315 382-2871) for more details.