Central New York and the eastern end of Lake Ontario are rich with birding opportunities. Lakes, marshes, forests and plenty of green space all provide habitat for year round bird study. The pages under this tab point to resources and insights for you to explore this richness. Enjoy.
- Field Trip February 23, 2019 Baldwinsville to Oswego Baldwinsville to Oswego. 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 email@example.com, for more details.
- Board Meeting February 27, 2019 at 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm Honeywell Onondaga Lake Visitors Center
- Free Public Program March 13, 2019 at 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm Robert P. Kinchen Central Library 447 S. Salina St., Syracuse, N.Y. Linking Behavior andBiodiversity in Birds.Bird behaviors are incredibly complex. How does the promiscuous sexual behavior of closely-related subspecies of the Australian Red-backed Fairy-wren affect whether or not they will interbreed? Does the Galápagos Vampire Finch’s bizarre habit of drinking blood mean it’s on the way to becoming a new species? What unique behaviors do Northern…