Use the 7-day WCAS Free Shipping Code WCAS20 from Apr 27th-May 3rd at Birds & Beans Coffee. Weekend plans? Enjoying the sun with a good book and a cup of Birds & Beans!
We will travel beside Big Creek to the Fulton Road bridge where Peregrine Falcons have nested in recent years. For accessibility, this field trip will combine "bird by car" and "parking lot birding"; with stops for some short walks, birder's choice.
"We had 38 species. Highlights were a fly over bald Eagle, both Golden-crowned and Ruby-crowned Kinglets, our resident Barred Owl and a nice look at a female Pintail." ~ Bill Deininger, Bird Walk Leader
The 87th Annual Series of Spring Bird Walks is one of the oldest citizen science partnerships between Northeast Ohio park systems, Audubon groups and other organizations.
What will we see in 2020? "We had a surprising number of birders on this 2nd Saturday of the month bird walk for April 2019. We counted over 60 observers. We tallied 52 species. First of the year Solitary Sandpiper, Palm warbler, Ruby-crowned Kinglet, Golden-crowned Kinglet, and Blue Gray Gnatcatcher." ~ Bill Deininger, Bird Walk Leader
Join us to see birds, wildlife, and explore mature urban forest and residential plantings in historic Tremont, Ohio.
Speaker Series: Emergent Mechanics of the Cup Nest and Its 'Mechanical Synthesis with Dr. Hunter King, University of Akron
Photo: Dr. Hunter King at The University of Akron received an NSF grant to study the collective mechanical interactions of disordered, randomly packed elastic filaments, or slender rods similar to twigs as used in birds' nests. Pictured here are "nest" materials in his lab. CREDIT Dr. Hunter King, The University of Akron
How do distinctive mechanical characteristics relate to structural demands of natural nests? Get your science on as we begin to address these questions through experiments with artificial 'nests', and observations of the construction process.
Join us! Be a part of the WCAS Conservation Project Labs! Labs bring small groups of like-minded people together to build fun, mission-driven conservation projects that provide local solutions to climate change and raise important donation dollars to support chapter activities. All are welcome!
Building Up by Reaching Out: Growing Membership and Leadership, Council of Ohio Audubon Chapters-COAC Meeting, Saturday, April 4, 2020
Western Cuyahoga Audubon Society programs are featured as chapter success story’s at Council of Ohio Audubon Society-COAC’s "Building Up by Reaching Out: Growing Membership and Leadership" on Saturday, April 4, 2020 virtual conference.
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REGISTER Speaker Series Tue Dec 1: Member Meeting and “Lichens: An Overlooked Organism” Speaker Series Tue Dec 1, 2020
ABOUT VIRTUAL FIELD TRIPS with Michelle Brosius, Director-at-Large and Field Trip Co-Coordinator, WCAS.
Mapping Wonder™ with Stormy Sweitzer, Oct 24-Nov 21, 2020. LEARN MORE.
WATCH Mapping Wonder™ - A Conversation with David Lindo, The Urban Birder
WATCH Introduction to, 'Urban Ag for People, Birds, and Wildlife'
WATCH WCAS Member Meeting and 'Emergent Mechanics of the Cup Nest and Its 'Mechanical Synthesis', Nov 3, 2020.
Christmas Bird Count-Lakewood Circle
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