As we were pulling up 2 other birders were walking toward the parking area, so I asked if they had seen the Merlin and they had. So our group jumped out of our cars and walked to the pine trees where we had great views of the the Merlin for several minutes before we left for Scranton Flats.
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Western Cuyahoga Audubon Society Bird Checklist 2019. Compliant with the eBird checklist through the Cornell Laboratory of Ornithology. Printable easy-to-use in-the-field Bird Checklist.
The evening features a selection of films and local environmental organization exhibitors that revolve mainly around wildlife conservation, sustainable eating, and the preservation of natural areas.
January can be a terrific month for gull-watching along the Lake Erie shore. We’ll brave the frigid temperatures and strong winds to see if we can find both the common and rarer gull species, as well as other wintering birds like ducks, grebes, loons, and raptors.
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What a difference a year makes. In 2017 Count Day was noted as being “frigid”, but in 2018 Saturday, December 29 the day was relatively mild with temperatures in the mid to lower 30’s, overcast skies and almost no wind. No snow was on the ground and precipitation was hardly noticeable.
We had 25 birders who braved the 27 degree temperature, including a birder from Alaska. The second surprise was a Rough-legged Hawk who did a fly over directly above our heads. We ended up with 28 species, including a fly over Bald Eagle and a very tough to see Barred Owl.
The monthly Second Saturday walks are a great opportunity for birders of all skill levels to enjoy the woods and wetlands around the Cleveland Metroparks Rocky River Nature Center. New to birding? You will be amazed how much you can learn in this friendly group.
Aerial insectivores, birds that catch insects on the wing, such as the Chimney Swift are declining and there may be several reasons for the decline.
WCAS held a third conservation project laboratory on January 5, 2018 at Bethany Presbyterian Church in Cleveland. Fifteen people attended this event. Kurt Miske opened the meeting and Tom Romito facilitated the event.
"I'm here too because it puts together two real interests of mine: native plants and birds and this activity will promote both of those." ~ Karen Czerniawski
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Updated form to mail in your check payment include the new Bird Friendly Coffee Coordinator contact information. View to print your copy.
Raptors, particularly Bald Eagles, made a big showing as did fruit eating birds. Ornamental crabapples, honeysuckle and Callery pear trees were loaded with fruits and in many cases, birds.
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REGISTER Member Meeting and 'What Is That Bird Doing?: Feeding Behavior' Speaker Series March 2, 2021
Watch 'ABOUT VIRTUAL FIELD TRIPS' with Michelle Brosius, Director-at-Large and Field Trip Co-Coordinator, WCAS.
ENTER Bird-of-the-Month Photo Contest March 2021: Turkey Vulture
Christmas Bird Count-Lakewood Circle
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