Examine the lives of young birds, survivorship rates and survival strategies.
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.
We're innovating! Join us for the Conservation Project Lab this Saturday from 1:00pm-3:00pm! We'll review our Bird Friendly Plant Sale successes and failures at the Frostville Museum Farmers' Market to improve our abilities. Be part of our Cleveland campaign to grow Northeast Ohio bird friendly yards and gardens! At Bethany Presbyterian Church in Gordon Square Arts District. Everyone's welcome!
Migration brings interesting birds. Last year's 2016 highlights of the walk were a Rough-legged Hawk in flight over Fort Hill and a Redhead duck in the pond at the Frostville end of the trail and Eastern Bluebirds exploring tree cavities.
Twenty-one birders came out to see winter resident birds, including Black-capped Chickadees taking seeds from outstretched hands. American Tree Sparrows abounded.
Special Event: Bird Walk, Audubon Climate Action Workshop, and Cleveland Important Bird Areas (IBAs) on November 6, 2016
Plan to Attend the Early Morning Bird Walk at 8:30am with Nancy Howell, Western Cuyahoga Audubon
Speaker Series October 4, 2016-Family Structures of Fox and Gray Squirrels: More Than You Ever Wanted to Know (and then some) with Dr. Karen Munroe
News and discoveries from Dr. Monroe and her students who continue to research urban Fox and Gray Squirrels.
Peak is mostly a very open area. Prepare for sun and bring a water bottle.
The group enjoyed pleasantly cool weather, good company and 37 species on the bird walk.
During the 2014-15 school year the Cleveland Metroparks Zoo, Walton School, Esperanza, and Western Cuyahoga Audubon Society (WCAS) joined as partners on a grant to establish a Zoo Nature Club at Walton School in Cleveland.
In order to increase the public’s knowledge of science, and address local conservation issues, it may be necessary to return to the roots of Citizen Science.
A variety of habitats around Lake Isaac includes forest and fields as well as Lake Isaac.
Overnight snow and wind made a winter wonderland of this sunny April day.
The monthly Second Saturday walks are a great opportunity for birders of all skill levels to enjoy the woods and wetlands.
Speaker Series April 5, 2016-The Importance of Conservation: Exciting New Natural History Discoveries with Jim McCormac
Several new species of native plants have been discovered, as has a gorgeous katydid with one of the most complex songs in the singing insect world – possibly new to science.
Western Cuyahoga Audubon Society joined with Kirtland Bird Club for birding on the Lake Erie shore. Scopes were essential for most sightings, but a group of Common Loons flew over the group at the start of the field trip.
Publishing news, announcements and reports.
The Western Cuyahoga Audubon Virtual Conference Center hosts chapter programs. Download the Free Desktop & Mobile Apps-Version 2
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REGISTER Member Meeting and 'What Is That Bird Doing?: Feeding Behavior' Speaker Series March 2, 2021
Watch 'ABOUT VIRTUAL FIELD TRIPS' with Michelle Brosius, Director-at-Large and Field Trip Co-Coordinator, WCAS.
ENTER Bird-of-the-Month Photo Contest March 2021: Turkey Vulture
Christmas Bird Count-Lakewood Circle
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