A campaign to sell Cleveland International Film Festival movie tickets to the celebrated Finnish documentary, ‘TALE OF A LAKE’  and Western Cuyahoga Audubon donation tickets to support local conservation education programs.
TALE OF A LAKE (Järven tarina) is not just a hydrobiologist’s dream, this film will carry viewers of all ages along its course, revealing the power of flowing water that teems with eternal life.
With extensive grassland habitat, Carlisle Reservation also attracts Eastern Meadowlarks, which were singing for territory along with dozens of Red-winged Blackbirds.
Eastern Meadowlarks and Eastern Bluebirds are among the many species to be seen here. Black River Audubon has maintained 70 bluebird boxes in the area. Carlisle Reservation is the largest in Lorain County Metro Parks, 1,917 acres. We will walk trails in the Equestrian Area, which has grassland, forest and some ponds.
A Pileated Woodpecker was just what one birder needed for his Ohio list on this 20-degree morning. The Brown Creeper was another nice addition for the seven who made the walk. American Tree Sparrows were numerous, as they had been in January and February 2017.
Caleb Rykaczewski of Mentor High won a $100 special award from Western Cuyahoga Audubon for his research on seasonal variation of food intake by raptors at a wildlife rehabilitation center.
Join us at the Wild and Scenic Film Festival for a fantastic listing of films (2 showings). Be sure to stop by our booth at the Cleveland Museum of Natural History to say hello!
Migration brings interesting birds. Last year's 2016 highlights of the walk were a Rough-legged Hawk in flight over Fort Hill and a Redhead duck in the pond at the Frostville end of the trail and Eastern Bluebirds exploring tree cavities.
Speaker Series March 7, 2017-Coordinating The Second Atlas of Breeding Birds in Ohio and the Ohio Bird Conservation Initiative with Matthew Shumar
Matthew Shumar, Program Coordinator, Ohio Bird Conservation Initiative
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Visit the Western Cuyahoga Audubon Virtual Conference Center for a listing of programs. Download the Free Desktop & Mobile Apps-Version 2
ABOUT VIRTUAL FIELD TRIPS with Michelle Brosius, Director-at-Large and Field Trip Co-Coordinator, WCAS.
WATCH Introduction to, 'Urban Ag for People, Birds, and Wildlife'
WATCH Overview of 'WCAS Birding Challenges Fall 2020'
The WCAS Fall Warbler Challenge extends through October 31, 2020 and offered along with it is a schedule of interactive programs and digital resources to help you stay sharp on bird identity, informed on Northeast Ohio birding hotspot locations, engaged with LIVE bird banding broadcast, bird photography and much more! The WCAS Fall Warbler Challenge is a fundraising event to support chapter conservation education programs for the public. Check the Fall Warbler Challenge 2020 Schedule
The Dead Tree Birding Challenge is over but we hope you'll join us for the Wrap Up with Nancy Howell on Sat Sept 26, 2020 from 7:00-8:00pm at the WCAS Virtual Conference Center.
Speaker Series Tue Oct 6:
“Bird and Moon: Comics With a Naturalist’s Knowledge”,
Rosemary Mosco, Naturalist and Artist. REGISTER
WATCH WCAS Member Meeting and "Hybridization of Cerulean and Parula Warblers", Sept 1, 2020.
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Christmas Bird Count-Lakewood Circle
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