The 120th Annual Audubon Christmas Bird Count-Lakewood Circle is Saturday, December 28, 2019.
In 2017, we saw a Sharp-shinned Hawk and a Red-shouldered Hawk who perched on a broken tree top and gulped a “critter” down. We had an unobstructed view at a very close range. What will we see in 2019?
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!
The Giving Day Fund is a new fund in its second year designed specifically to raise funds to support chapter conservation projects and activities. The 2019 Giving Day will be highlighted at the December 3, 2019 Speaker Series program, “Photographing Birds in Their Natural Setting”. Join us and make a donation to ensure WCAS conservation activities and programs continue to serve future generations!
Speaker Series: Photographing Birds in Their Natural Setting with Earl Peck, WCAS Member and Photographer
As a photographer and an amateur birder, WCAS member, Earl Peck, will share his photographs of birds in their natural habitats from his travels in many parts of the world. We’ll view hummingbirds in the US and Costa Rica, penguins on the Galapagos Islands, in Argentina, the Falklands, and South Georgia Island, and much more. Relax while we visit places and birds you want to see.
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