Use the 7-day WCAS Free Shipping Code WCAS20 from May 25-31, 2020 at Birds & Beans Coffee. Weekend plans? Enjoying the sun with a good book and a cup of Birds & Beans!
"For birders, spring migration is a difficult time to remain at or near home, but under the circumstances it needed to be done. So this challenge became a fun activity to get out and see what birds are close to home. Western Cuyahoga Audubon accepted the challenge with 21 members and guests of WCAS stepping up and finding 102 species over the 24 hour period. Wow." ~ Nancy Howell, Compiler
Join us for monthly Conservation Project Labs to share ideas and build projects that matter for people, wildlife, and the planet.
"It was a slow day for birding. Weather was cold and windy. We had 6 observers. 38 species were observed. The warblers were disappointing, with only 2 species, the Northern Waterthrush and the Nashville Warbler. We had good looks at the White-throated Sparrow, 20 were counted in several locations. Highlight was a first-of-year Great Crested Flycatcher." ~ Bill Deininger, Bird Walk Leader
What will we see in 2020? "In 2019, the 2nd Saturday of the month bird walk had over 50 observers. We chased down 69 species on a cool, sunny morning. We had 15 warbler species, in several "waves", in several locations. The Pileated Woodpecker was making several trips to his nesting location." ~ Bill Deininger, Leader
Ever wonder how to attract more birds to your home without buying bird seed? Audubon’s Michael Goldman will explain how to do just that. By planting native plants in your yard you too can have a whole menagerie full of birds.
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!
Join Western Cuyahoga Audubon Society's 'Socially Distanced Birding Challenge'! Because we can't get together for field trips this year, we are going to have a state-wide Big Day! Dayton Audubon Society has challenged Audubon Chapters throughout the state to a 24 hour birding challenge.
Western Cuyahoga Audubon Newsletter Vol.18 Issue 2 May 2020 Digital Version. Quarterly stories, reports, news and announcements dedicated to birding and environmental conservation activities in northern Ohio USA.
Teams of civic conservationists met regularly pre-COVID-19 and now virtually to develop projects, build relationships, explore partnerships, and bring new ideas to life to energize appreciation for nature and support the growth of green infrastructure in urban areas.
Publishing news, announcements and reports.
Join Urban Birding Cleveland at Mighty Networks and become a Guardian of Nature.
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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
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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