The Britton Snowy Owl has been around a few weeks. This picture was taken off Hoagland Road, north of M-50.
Are you ready to participate in one of the most fun CBC’s out in the country? Covering three counties and habitat from farmland to wetlands and woodlands?
Of course you are? If you are so excited…you can’t wait for December 22nd to bird all day long, please get a hold of me and I will assign you to a count section in our circle! If you don’t know what a Christmas Bird Count is or would like to sign up, please click on this link to find out: http://birds.audubon.org/christmas-bird-count After a great day of counting birds, we will all meet at the Clinton Inn in Clinton for dinner!
It is that time of year again where owls will be calling in the countryside at dusk. Join us for a night walk at Hudson SRA to try and call in owls and hear a response. Tracy Ball from the Department of Natural Resources will be on hand to showcase some cool owl features and I will be leading the walk! Last year we had about 75 people show up even though the weather wasn’t ideal and some of us heard a Great Horned Owl. If you plan on attending, please dress for the weather! See the flyer for more details.