Events for week of September 17, 2023
Week of Events
Host: Patuxent Bird Club/PGAS Reservations required; email Fred Fallon at firstname.lastname@example.org. Description: By popular demand, Fred and Jane Fallon have agreed to reprise their renowned field trip to view Red Knots and other migrating shorebirds of Delaware Bay. Fred and Jane will lead us to several areas along the Bay to see migrating shorebirds that […]
Host: Harford Bird Club Contact Dennis Kirkwood, 410-692-5905 or email@example.com Description: The trip will proceed along Hidden Valley, then proceed to the Bradenbaugh Flats, with stops along the way at any other sites with potential. Meet in the parking lot at the northern end of Madonna Road where it crosses Deer Creek. Parking space is […]
Host: Patuxent Bird Club/PGAS Description: Patuxent Bird Club is co-sponsoring this special bird walk in celebration of Black Birders Week. Leaders will be Maria Montero from Patuxent Bird Club and Dara M. Wilson, co-chair of the National Organizing Committee for Black Birders Week. More details will be provided later. For now, please save the date […]
Location to be determined. Potluck – bring a dish or dessert to share. Rain date 6/8.
Host: Patuxent Bird Club & PGAS. Description: Two-mile walk around lake on paved path, wheelchair-accessible. Families welcome. Meet at parking area at corner of Berwyn Rd. and Ballew Ave. in Berwyn Heights. No reservations needed. Leader varies. For more information, see PGAS Meetup site at https://www.meetup.com/Prince-Georges-Audubon-Society/
Host: Allegany/Garrett Bird Club Questions or to register go to firstname.lastname@example.org. Description: Bill Blauvelt is the point person. Hike targets a BBA3 block to increase data on breeding bird activity. Meet at 8:00 am at the Oldtown parking lot for the C&O Canal. We will leave a car at Oldtown then drive to the Town […]
Host: Harford Bird Club Leader Dave Webb (410-939-3537, email@example.com). Description: With over 5,600 acres of forests, fields and wetlands, Fair Hill NRMA offers spectacular scenery and some of the best birding in Cecil County. We will explore Fair Hill’s diverse habitats for a variety of breeding species including its crown jewel, the Bobolink. This grassland […]
Host: Montgomery Bird Club LEADER: Cheryl Hogue at firstname.lastname@example.org. Description: On a morning walk, we’ll look for Cliff Swallows building mud nests beneath this bridge in the northeastern part of the county. We will also explore wooded trails on WSSC property bordering the reservoir to observe other possible breeding birds including Scarlet Tanager, flycatchers, […]
Host: Patuxent Bird Club/PGAS Leader Bill Sefton (email@example.com). Description: Two-mile out-and-back walk at natural area on the Patuxent River - fields, wet woods, brushy areas. Trail is gravel and dirt and is mostly flat, no hills. Meet at 7:30 AM at east end of Lemon’s Bridge Road, off Route 197 just north of Bowie State […]
Host: Carroll County Bird Club Contact John White at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. Description: The grassland bird trip returns! From your vehicle we will explore northwestern Carroll County in the hopes of spotting various Sparrow species, Horned Larks, Dickcissels, and Meadowlarks. But expect to see Raptors, Thrushes, Woodpeckers and perhaps an Oriole or two. The […]
Host: Cecil Bird Club Trip Leader: Ken Drier (email@example.com) Description: Bohemia River State Park is the newest park in Cecil County, hugging the shoreline of the Bohemia River. THERE IS A HALF MILE WALK FROM THE PARKING LOT TO THE TRAIL HEAD. Check the MDBirders Guide (https://birdersguidemddc.org/) for directions.
Meeting will be held in Room HEC 213
Baltimore Bird Club Picnic. he event will be held at Eagle Mill Farm in Parkton MD, about 25 minutes from the interchange of I-695 and I-83 North. It's a 100+ acre family property with the very beautiful Little Gunpowder River flowing through it. Good birding opportunities, too! More information to follow as we get closer […]