We had 27 observers at this 2nd Saturday of the month bird walk for February 2019. The temperature was 18 degrees, with some sun, and very little wind. Some new observers joined us. We had only 23 species. Best bird was a fly over Bald Eagle. Two very colorful Bluebirds sat and were enjoyed by every one. After we just finished filling out the bird list a Brown Creeper appeared at the feeding station for some close up looks.
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.
Speaker Series 2018-2019: “One Green Space for All: Areas Significant for Migratory and Breeding Birds"
Follow a set of railroad tracks, walk near abandoned industrial sites, check out an old cemetery … birds love these areas and many would be surprised how areas such as these are being used by birds while on migration as a resting/feeding stop, or for nesting.
WCAS held a fourth conservation project laboratory on Saturday, February 2, 2019 at Bethany Presbyterian Church in Cleveland.
I just spent some very enjoyable time meeting with other members of the Sierra Club and the Western Cuyahoga Audubon group. It really felt good to meet with like-minded people who care about and like the same things I do - plants, the earth, and water. I guess we’re a bunch of bird loving tree huggers! It was very useful conversation about what we can do to instill hope and start doing something meaningful and helpful to the community that will give all of us a better feeling about our future. ~ Fran Mentch, Activist, and Co-Chair, Water Committee, NEO Sierra Club
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