Meeting: Howard Bird Club

Robinson Nature Center 6692 Cedar Lane, Columbia, MD, United States

Kojo Baidoo will speak

Mill Run Camp Ground

Mill Run Campground Mill Run Rd, Friendsville, MD, United States

Host: Allegany/Garrett Bird Club Contact westernmdbirdclub@gmail.com for questions or to register. Bill Blauvelt is the point person. Description: Meet at the parking area at the Campground near the end of Mill Run Road (off the Friendsville Addison Road) north of Friendsville.

Garrett County May Count

MD MD, United States

To volunteer to count in Garrett County contact Duane Bailey at dbailey3@earthlink.net.

Baltimore County May Count

MD MD, United States

Coordinator: Libby Errickson, elizabeth.errickson@gmail.com. Description: Here's your opportunity to count birds in a Baltimore City or Baltimore County territory of your choice on one of the best migration dates of the year. Feeder bird watchers are also welcome. Contact the coordinator ahead of time to avoid duplication.

Dorchester County May Count

MD MD, United States

Contact Harry Armistead (215-913-4785 or harryarmistead@hotmail.com) if you are interested in participating

Prince Georges County May Count

MD MD, United States

Contact coordinator Matt Felperin (mfelperin@nvrpa.org) to pre-register. Description: Annual county-wide bird census. Pick your favorite park or wildlife area or cover several. Backyard counts also welcome. Pre-registration required in order to confirm area assignment to avoid overlap. Rain or shine. Choose your own start and stop times, but counters are encouraged to spend as much […]

World Series of Birding

Cape May Cape May, NJ, United States

 Host: YMOS Contact: George Radcliffe (radclifg@gmail.com, 410-463-1669) Description: Student Competition

Rickman/Woodstock Equestrian Park

Rickman Farm Horse Park 17320 Bucklodge Road, Boyds, MD, United States

Host: Montgomery Bird Club Leader Scott Young at scott4aves@icloud.com. Dave Roberts will co-lead. Description: Join us as we explore this location for some early morning spring birding on the west side of Route 28 (https://rb.gy/qpdqda). We’ll bird the broad fields and separating woods, beginning at 7 a.m., hoping for warblers and sparrows, vireos, woodpeckers, and […]