Host: Tri-county Bird Club For more information, contact trip leader Mary Huebner at firstname.lastname@example.org Description: Trip to Heron Park, in Berlin, and other Worcester County locations to look for late ducks and early migrants. We’ll start with a walk in Heron Park (formerly Berlin Falls Park) and depending on the weather and what is being […]
Events for January 1, 2024 - December 28
Host: Baltimore Bird Club Description: Join Audubon and the Maryland Zoo to explore this leafy city park. From forest to lake, a variety of bird species await. For information, contact Patterson Park Audubon Center. Participants must adhere to our COVID code of conduct and register in advance at our website, https://patterson.audubon.org.
Wayne Bell will present “30% Fewer Birds in North America: Lost from Maryland’s Eastern Shore?”
Host: Baltimore Bird Club Leader: Wendy Alexander, 443-204-3754. Description: Continuing survey of bird activity at the Fort. Binoculars required. A telescope can be useful for distance viewing. Canceled in bad weather and walk will be rescheduled to March 25. General grounds include the paved Seawall Trail. Meet in the large grassy unpaved roped off parking […]
Host: Baltimore Bird Club Leader: Daisy Sudano, email@example.com. Description: We will look for Spring migrating birds in the forest that’s connected to Lake Roland. After our walk we will play a special migration game for prizes. RSVP to leader and verify time of trip.
Host: Anne Arundel Bird Club Contact Jim Collatz, firstname.lastname@example.org or 301-254-0188
Host: Howard Bird Club Leader: Dave Ziolkowski, email@example.com Description: Easy walking around the lake on paved path, Waterfowl expected, early migrant passerines possible. Wheelchair accessible. Facilities available. West end parking lot.
Francesca Grifo will speak on Native Plant Gardening for Birds Location TBD.
Host: Baltimore Bird Club Description: Join Audubon to explore this urban oasis in southeast Baltimore. With more than 200 species on record, the park is full of surprises. For directions, contact Patterson Park Audubon Center. Participants must adhere to our COVID code of conduct and register in advance at our website, https://patterson.audubon.org.
Host: Harford Bird Club Leader: Dennis Kirkwood (410-692-5905; firstname.lastname@example.org) Description: Join us for a morning scan of the river in search of lingering winter visitors, early spring arrivals and resident species. Little Gull and Black-headed Gulls are possible.
Host: Baltimore Bird Club Leader: Dave Votta, email@example.com or 908-268-2021. Description: First BBC trip to this Dundalk location, normally closed to the public. Varied habitats including meadow, marsh, Back River shoreline. Expect sparrows, raptors, ducks, Killdeer. American Pipit possible. Trip limited to 10. RSVP to leader required.
Host: Caroline Bird Club Leaders: Debby Bennett and Robin Lahnemann. Description: Meet at parking lot at end of drive.
Host: Allegany/Garrett Bird Club. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for questions or to register. Description: Meet at the Rocky Gap State Park main beach area. We will travel to several spots at Rocky Gap to look for waterfowl then move on to the Mason Road Pond and end at the C&O Canal Terminus.
Host: Talbot Bird Club Leaders: Trish Cope (301-325-7441 or email@example.com) and Ron Griffin (901-634-7785 or firstname.lastname@example.org). Description: Waterfowl, shorebirds. Depart from Easton Acme parking lot at 7 am or meet at Wade’s point at 7:30 am.
Host: Anne Arundel Bird Club Contact Matt Addicks, email@example.com or 443-987-7208
Host: Howard County Bird Club Leader: David Sandler, firstname.lastname@example.org Description: Easy walking around the lake on paved path, Waterfowl expected, early migrant passerines possible. Wheelchair accessible. Facilities available. West end parking lot.
“What future for salt marsh birds? A salt marsh restoration plan for Maryland” presented by Dr. David Curson, Director of Bird Conservation (Maryland) at Audubon Mid-Atlantic. For more information contact Ellen Lawler at 410-982-8695 or email@example.com
The Saylor’s Antarctic Adventure – Cheryl and Michael Saylor
Host: Howard County Bird Club Leader: Bonnie Ott. firstname.lastname@example.org Description: March is an excellent time to learn our resident species songs before the migrants arrive. Walk along woodland edges to listen for spring singing. Meet at end of the parking lot off Landing Rd. entrance. Limit 10, register with leader.
Host: Anne Arundel Bird Club Contact: Alan Young, email@example.com or 410-991-8300. Leader TBA.