Everyone who enjoys birds and birding must always respect wildlife, its environment, and the rights of others. In any conflict of interest between birds and birders, the welfare of the birds and their environment comes first.
Injured birds? Complaint about MOS? Suggestions? View a list of officers and committee chairs? We want to hear from you!
Manual of Operation
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There’s a growing sense that MOS is more than a birding organization and must be a committed steward of the environment. With that motivation, MOS seeks to partner with like-minded organizations to foster and advocate for conservation projects that will help birds, whether thy be migrants passing through or resident birds, as well as preserve our overall natural environment.
MOS has a large collection of nest records we’d like to process so they can be analyzed. Read more…
Creating a Wildlife Habitat in Your Backyard
Here’s a link one of many helpful articles with many links to other sources.