Host: Baltimore Bird Club. Leader: Sarah Luttrell, email@example.com, 614-352-7718. Description: Expect to see a wide variety of migrating songbirds at Soldiers Delight Natural Environment Area in Owings Mills. Meet at the Overlook on Deer Park Rd. We will cover 1.5-2 miles of level but sometimes rocky terrain. Trails can be muddy if the weather has […]
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Howard Conservancy at Mt Pleasant Farm Sky Watch
Host: Howard County Bird Club Leader – Ralph Gueder, Oldhawk@aol.com. Description: Meet at parking lot or go directly to the Skywatch site. This trip will be a skywatch for migrating raptors and other potential flybys. September 27, Tuesday rain date.
“The greatest environmental threat to wildlife and how to be a part of the solution” presented by Dr. Aaron Hogue, Associate Professor of Biology, Salisbury University. For more information contact Ellen Lawler at 410-982-8695 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Host: Baltimore Bird Club. Leader: John Landers, email@example.com. 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 forest. Expect a variety of migrant and resident birds. Beginning birders welcome.
Host: Frederick Bird Club Leader: David Smith 443-995-4108 or firstname.lastname@example.org Description: Contact leader for meeting time and location
Host: Montgomery Bird Club For reservations (required) and directions, contact the LEADER: Gemma Radko at email@example.com. Description: All are welcome on this half-day trip, but we especially encourage those new to birding to join us. Starting at 7:30 a.m., we’ll slowly walk some of the woodland trails looking for migrant and resident birds. Limit: 6.
Host: Patuxent Bird Club & PGAS. Leader Bill Sefton (firstname.lastname@example.org). 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. Leader may require mask for unvaccinated people. Reservations not needed. Meet at 7:30 AM at east end of […]
Host: Harford Bird Club Veteran birders Jane Scocca (email@example.com ,410-272-8870) and Lynn Feryus will be leading our trip. Description: We will begin this tour with sightings from the parking lot, then proceed to survey the triple riparian habitats of Atkisson Reservoir, the faster flowing Winter’s Run, and the Plumtree Run tributary. The woodland trails and open […]
Host: Talbot Bird Club Leaders: Trish Cope (301 325-7441 or firstname.lastname@example.org) and Ron Griffin (901-634-7785 or email@example.com) Description: Migrants. Depart: Easton Acme parking lot at 6:30 am or meet at Wade’s Point Parking Area (GPS 38.8272, -76.2968) at 7:00 am.
Host: Baltimore Bird Club. Leader: Paul Kreiss, 410-367-8194, or firstname.lastname@example.org. Description: Please join us for a trip to an under-birded wilderness park in southwest Baltimore City. The park contains mature and secondary forests as well as riparian habitats and some limited field habitats. Expect to see a wide variety of migrating songbirds. Meet at the […]
Host: Baltimore Bird Club. Leader: Dave Votta, email@example.com. 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 forest. Expect a variety of migrant and resident birds. Beginning birders welcome.
Host: Baltimore Bird Club. Speaker: Matt Felperin. Description: Matt Felperin is a D.C. area local, raised in Takoma Park, MD, and the Roving Naturalist with NOVA Parks, the regional park system of Northern Virginia. In January 2022, Matt was lucky enough to be gifted a spot for a guided birding tour of Puerto Rico. Due […]
Host: Baltimore Bird Club. Leader: Mary Chetelat, 443-564-6551. Description: Continuing survey of bird activity at the Fort. Binoculars required. A telescope can be useful for distance viewing. General grounds include the paved Seawall Trail. Meet in the large grassy unpaved roped-off parking lot to the left of the gate. An online National Aquarium release form […]
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. Leader may require mask for unvaccinated people. For more information, see PGAS Meetup site at https://www.meetup.com/Prince-Georges-Audubon-Society/
Big Sit at North Point State Park
Host: Baltimore Bird Club. Leaders: Peter Lev, Libby Errickson, and Alyssia Church, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org. Description: Baltimore Bird Club will participate for the first time in The Big Sit, a national event to see or hear as many birds as possible from within a 17-foot diameter circle. The location is North Point State Park, near […]
All-day trip to Assateague
Host: Talbot Bird Club Leader: Dave Burgevin (301-788-0916 or email@example.com) Description: Falcons/migrants All day trip, return to Easton by 4:00. Bring lunch, drinks, bug spray, sun screen, etc. Depart: Easton Acme parking lot at 6:00 am or meet at Assateague State Park Parking Area (GPS 38.2384, -75.1387) at 8:00 am.
The Big Sit
Host: Frederick Bird Club Contact David Smith 443-995-4108 or firstname.lastname@example.org Description: Friendly competition with Audubon Society of Central Maryland during fall migration to see how many species we can identify. Event will be either October 8 or 9 depending on weather.
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Caroline’s Big Sit
Host: Caroline County Bird Club Description: Location: Adkins Arboretum’s Wetlands Overlook near the Visitors Center. Will run from 7:30 am to early evening for some owling. Dress comfortably, bring your binoculars, a chair to sit on, food and drink. We will consider this our monthly meeting for October and hold a brief business meeting – […]
Host: Baltimore Bird Club. Leader: Nico Sarbanes, email@example.com. Description: A Baltimore County park at the mouth of Back River, Rocky Point is less-birded than nearby North Point State Park. And yet, the eBird list is 175 species and climbing. A wide variety of waterbirds and land birds could turn up at this fall migration hotspot.