UPCOMING EVENTS


Bird Walks, Sundays, 9:00 a.m.


General Calendar


Bird Walks

All walks start at 9:00 A.M.

There is no walk if it rains or snows or temperature is below 25°F.

For more information or in case of questionable weather conditions, please phone Joe at 516 467-9498 .

For directions to our bird-watching locations, click here.

2016

November 20: Hempstead Lake State Park

November 27: Jones Beach West End #2

December 4: Alley Pond Park

December 11: Lido Preserve

December 18: Jamaica Bay Wildlife Refuge

December 25 & January 1: Happy Holidays! — No Walks



Monthly Membership Meetings

Usually Second Tuesday of the Month, September Through May

TIME: 7:30 P.M.

PLACE: Freeport Memorial Library

144 W. Merrick Rd.

(at S. Ocean Ave.)


NEXT MEETING


DATE: Tuesday, December 13, 2016

SPEAKER: Deborah Rivel and Kellye Rosenheim

TOPIC: Birdwatching in NYC and on Long Island

Our guest speakers this month are the authors of Birdwatching in New York City and on Long Island, a detailed insider’s guide to the best places to find birds in all seasons, which was published last May. The authors will share what they learned while researching and writing the book, which provides seasonal information for popular birding sites and ones off the beaten path. It includes the latest information on the seasonal status and distribution of more than 400 species, with 39 maps, precise directions, and over 50 photographs.

Deborah Rivel is an award-winning independent wildlife film producer/director. Since 2004, she has been creating nature-focused products, including the first Peterson Field Guide apps for iPhone and ringtones for mobile devices via her company, Wildtones.com. Raised in New Jersey, she is a longtime resident of NYC and also Cape May, NJ. Deb is a board member of Audubon New York and of Dr. Irene Pepperberg’s avian cognition research project, The Alex Foundation. An avid bird photographer who regularly explores the wilds of NYC and the NJ beaches for subjects, she has traveled to six continents in search of birds.

Kellye Rosenheim grew up in Louisiana, where she was surrounded by all manner of wildlife, but took up birdwatching in NYC’s Central Park. She has led walks for The Nature Conservancy and New York City Audubon, where she now works as director of development.

Check out www.birdwatchingnycli.com for more info about the book and join us!


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