Enter the WCAS Fundraiser and Fledgling Birding Challenge! A single-day birding event the day after the US Thanksgiving holiday. Join us to spot easy and more difficult birds to identify and fundraise to support vital chapter conservation education activities.
Let's Go Birding the Day After Thanksgiving! Enter the Fledgling Birding Challenge Friday, November 27, 2020
There is a lot of talk about creating new traditions this holiday weekend. Western Cuyahoga Audubon Society has a great idea on how to start a new and different tradition on November 27th, the day after that big Thanksgiving meal. It is the 'Fledgling Birding Challenge".
Book Author Series November 15 & 22, 2020: "How to Be an Urban Birder" by David Lindo, The Urban Birder
Meet intriguing authors and join up with a community of learners reflecting on nature and human interaction.
WCAS Fall Warbler Challenge 2020 Wrap Up
Join participants and friends in this Fall Warbler Wrap-Up Discussion. Have fun listening to and sharing sightings of the fall warblers.
Guardians of Nature Meet Ups and 12 Opportunities to Volunteer, November 12 & 19, 2020
With public input, we're creating programs to connect and educate the public about birds and wildlife conservation.
WCAS Virtual Field Trip to Cleveland Lakefront Nature Preserve (Cuyahoga County) October 2020 Meetup
Virtual Field Trips provide a designated field trip location to bird, curate shared stories and digital artifacts to an online scrapbook, and host community meet ups. Join for a fun time birding on your own and comparing stories with other birders too!
With your input, we're creating programs to connect and educate the public about birds and wildlife conservation.
Member Meeting and Speaker Program 'Emergent Mechanics of the Cup Nest and Its 'Mechanical Synthesis' with Dr. Hunter King, University of Akron, November 2020 Recording
Member Meeting and “Emergent Mechanics of the Cup Nest and Its 'Mechanical Synthesis” Speaker Series Tues Nov 3, 2020
Birds building this type of nest appear to embody an instinctive understanding of the emergent mechanics of thin, flexible, and frictional grains, one that is currently lacking in the scientific community.
The winner of the October Bird of the Month Photography contest is Luke Peterson.
Mr. Peterson's winning entry has been entered into the end of year Photography Showcase which will be held in August 2021.
There is still time to enter the November Bird of the Month photography contest. The featured bird is The Wild Turkey. Details and to enter
This month's bird has quite a story beginning with the myth that it lost to the Bald Eagle as the USA national bird.
Quarterly stories, reports, news and announcements dedicated to birding and environmental conservation activities in northern Ohio USA.
Throughout the fall WCAS has had a number of Birding Challenges and a Mask-making Contest to keep our members and guests busy and getting outdoors during the COVID-19 restrictions.
Join us for LIVE broadcast programming from Nature's Nursery Center for Wildlife Rehabilitation and Conservation Education in Whitehouse, Ohio on Fridays in November at 12:00pm (EST). Jamie Forbush,
Be a part of the WCAS Bird-of-the-Month Photo Contest to help raise awareness of bird species through conservation education, fundraising success, and photography excellence.
Make A Donation to Nature's Nursery Wildlife Rehabilitation Center, Whitehouse, Ohio
Wildlife rehabilitation specialists are some of today's unsung heroes and heroines. Working under tremendous pressure they continue to aid and assist injured wildlife despite the crippling effects of climate change now compounded by the social and economic complications of COVID-19.
WCAS Bird-of-the-Month Fundraiser November 2020: The Wild Turkey (Meleagris gallopavo)
Each month WCAS features a different bird species to help raise awareness of birds through conservation education. Make a donation to help raise funds to support chapter conservation programs.
WCAS invites birders to bird at a monthly designated field trip location, share stories to a public digital scrapbook, and participate in online community meet ups.
A big thank you to our members and fans who believe that education is the way to raise public awareness for protecting and preserving our natural areas and protecting species.
Publishing news, announcements and reports.
Bird Walk Reports
Christmas Bird Count-Lakewood Circle
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