Host: Baltimore Bird Club Leader Sam Tillman (firstname.lastname@example.org) Description: Explore Days Cove from a canoe! There is nothing quite like the experience of birding by boat and truly slipping into the natural habitat. Generally closed to the public, Days Cove sits at the confluence of the Big and Little Gunpowder Falls, which form a delta […]
Host: Baltimore Bird Club Leaders Brent and Mary Byers (email@example.com or 410-686-7294) Description: Easy half-day walk through varied habitats for feeder birds and other songbirds, raptors, and waterfowl. All are welcome, including families. Telescopes useful.
Host: Baltimore Bird Club Leader Peter Lev (firstname.lastname@example.org) Description: Part of a series of weekly Tuesday morning walks to follow the progress of fall migration. This park has a variety of habitats, including fields, stream-side woods, and hillside forests. Expect a variety of migrant and resident birds. Beginning birders welcome.
Jonathan Irons will speak on morning flight monitoring at Turkey Point. Business meeting will follow.
Host: Baltimore Bird Club Leader Mary Chatelat (443-564-6551) Description: Continuing survey of bird activity at the Fort. Binoculars required. A telescope can be useful for distance viewing. Canceled in bad weather and the walk will be rescheduled to September 13. General grounds include the paved Seawall Trail. Meet in the large grassy unpaved roped-off parking […]
Host: Anne Arundel Bird Club Contact: Peter Hanan,301-580-2785 email@example.com
Birding Ecuador, presented by Jane & Fred Fallon. While further afield than Costa Rica or Panama as a neotropical birding destination, Ecuador is becoming increasingly popular with North American birders. One of South America’s smaller countries, it is nonetheless larger than the UK; about the size of Colorado. Within that area is a wide variety […]
Peter Kaestner will speak on Birding
Contact Cheryl Saylor (301-739-8907)
Coordinator - Paul Bystrak (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Coordinator – Marcia Balestri (email@example.com)
Host: Frederick Bird Club Leader Lois Kauffman (301-845-6690 or firstname.lastname@example.org) Description: Fall migrants. Contact leader for meeting time and location.
Contact Debby Bennett email@example.com
Please go to the following link to sign up. http://howardbirds.org/howard/counts.htm
Contact Harry Armistead (215-913-4785 or firstname.lastname@example.org)
Host: YMOS Contact: George Radcliffe (email@example.com,410-463-1669) Description: Fall Bird Count of a small island in Dorchester County. This is one of the Fall Bird Counts held around the State. There will be overnight lodging provided near the location for participating birders. The trip is open to anyone, and you can come for all of it […]
Host: Harford Bird Club Leader Dennis Kirkwood (410-692-5905 or firstname.lastname@example.org) Description: Join Dr. Dennis Kirkwood on a walk through the Rocks. Meet at the ranger’s station at Rocks Chrome Hill Rd
Host: Patuxent Bird Club/PGAS Leader Bill Sefton (email@example.com) Description: Two mile loop around area. Meet at the parking area off Governor Bridge Road, south and east of the Route 301/Route 3/Route 50 interchange at 7:30 am
Host: Baltimore Bird Club Leader Elizabeth Errickson (firstname.lastname@example.org) Description: Formerly a little-known park, now popular during spring & fall migration. Expect to see a variety of warblers and other migrating birds. The one-mile dirt path can be muddy. We will meet at Remington Ave. Bridge above Wyman Park Drive. Canceled in bad weather. RSVP to […]
Host: Baltimore Bird Club Leader Daisy Sudano (email@example.com) Description: "Fall Migration" held in conjunction with the Autumn Migration Celebration featuring the Arts in the Park at Cromwell Valley Park.