Western Cuyahoga Audubon birders will join in on one of the Audubon Spring Bird Walks for our April field trip. A variety of habitats around Lake Isaac includes forest and fields as well as Lake Isaac.
Dr. Stephen Kress is Vice-President for Bird Conservation, National Audubon Society and Director, Seabird Restoration Program & Hog Island Camp
Through the regional office, National Audubon will work to communicate and work better with chapters.
Migration brought sparrows, swallows, three Brown Creepers and a Louisiana Waterthrush. Snowy early-spring gave way to warm late spring in the course of the morning.
Birders have participated in Annual Audubon Spring Bird Walks since 1932. Watch spring migrants return or travel through to their summer breeding grounds during the Annual Audubon Spring Bird Walk.
Will we see seven species of woodpecker on this walk? 'Tis the season. Downy, Hairy, Pileated and Red-bellied are year-round residents. Northern Flickers and Red-headed Woodpeckers are arriving for summer nesting.
Speaker Series April 4, 2017-Invasive Plant Control Along the Lake Erie Shoreline in Northeast Ohio with Zachary Kron, The Nature Conservancy in Ohio
In 2016, The Nature Conservancy was awarded a Great Lakes Restoration Initiative Grant to control 1,000 acres of invasive plant species throughout the coastal habitats of Lake Erie in northeast Ohio.
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