Hudson River Audubon Society of Westchester

A New York Chapter of the National Audubon Society  Audubon en Español
Serving the communities of Ardsley, Dobbs Ferry, Hastings-on-Hudson, Irvington and Yonkers
P.O. BOX 616  Yonkers, New York 10703

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Our mission is to foster protection and appreciation of birds, other wildlife and habitats, and to be an advocate for a cleaner, healthier environment.

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Saturday March 21 2015 
Birding 101
9:20 - 11:30 AM
Lenoir Nature Preserve
Learn to identify birds 

Free for Audubon members, $20.00 non members (includes membership in Hudson River Audubon Society.}

Registration required.

League of Women Voters
of the Rivertowns
Local Deer Program
March 8
3 PM
Mercy College

Topics include environmental impacts of deer overpopulation, political and practical aspects of the deer immuno-contraception program in Hastings, and an experimental study of the effects of deer in Hillside Woods by Ms. Shandroff and her AP science students.


Project FeederWatch
Lenoir Nature Preserve
Sat., March 14 - 10AM to Noon
Sun., March 15 - 10AMto Noon 


Field Trips  

Lenoir Nature Preserve

Lenoir Hawk Watch

Lenoir Butterfly Garden

History of Lenoir

Westchester County Bird Checklist

Where to Bird in Westchester

Annotated List of Rare Sightings for
Westchester County

Guía a las Aves del Condado de Westchester

Audubon en Español

Where to Bird Outside Westchester

Bronx Westchester Christmas Count

Project FeederWatch

Member Photos

Trip Reports

Yonkers Bird List Updated for 2014!

Yonkers Butterfly Checklist

Yonkers Dragonfly List

Volunteer Opportunities

Board Members and Committees

In the Wild ... - Articles from our
newsletter by Mary Harrington

2001 Resolution Declaring Lenoir a Nature Preserve and Wildlife Sanctuary


Upcoming Chapter Meetings, Field Trips and Programs

Wednesday, February 25, 2015 (Weather permitting)
7:00 PM
Lenoir Nature Preserve
The Labrador Duck, Heath Hen, Carolina Parakeet, and Passenger Pigeon are all extinct and have left a hole in the American landscape and in our collective memory. Moved by their stories, sculptor Todd McGrain set out to bring their vanished forms back into the world by permanently placing his elegant, evocative bronze memorials at the location of each bird's demise. This film tells the story of how these birds came to meet their fate and the journey that led McGrain to their final habitats.

It's time to prepare works that you would like to submit for the March 2015 exhibit. As always, artwork in any media, as well as photographs are welcome.
Works must be inspired by the Lenoir Preserve. There are so many possible subjects -- Lenoir wildlife, gardens, trees, structures, volunteers, staff and visitors involved in activities or just enjoying the serenity -- to name a few.
To have your work(s) included, or if you have any questions, please e-mail Lynn at (Please put "Seasons" on the subject line), or call her at 718-549 2380 before February 23rd. 
Works must be ready for hanging and must be submitted on Saturday,
February 28th between 9:30 AM and 12 PM 
Lenoir Nature Preserve
By Monday, February 23rd Submit name, title of work(s), and media
Saturday, February 28th Submit work between 9:30 AM and 12 PM 
Saturday, March 7th Opening Reception, 11 AM to 2 PM
Gallery Hours Tuesdays thru Saturdays, 10 AM to 4 PM
Saturday, March 28th Please pick up works before 1PM

Saturday, February 28, 2015
Edith G Read Sanctuary, Rye

Meet at the far end of Playland Amusement Park’s parking lot near the lake at 8:00 AM
Winter waterfowl, loons and grebes on the sound, Purple Sandpipers on the jetties and early spring arrivals will be looked for.

Project FeederWatch
Lenoir Nature Preserve
Check back here for Times
Sat., Feb. 28 -- 10 AM to Noon 
Sun., March 1 -- Noon to 2 PM

Saturday, March 7, 2015
Evening Timberdoodle Walk

5:45 PM Croton Point Park Ball Field
Look for displaying American Woodcocks

Saturday March 21 2015 
Birding 101
9:20 - 11:30 AM
Lenoir Nature Preserve
Learn to identify birds using the GISS method (General Impression of Size and Shape) and study their adaptations and habitats. We will also discuss bird guides and binoculars and how to use them. A visual presentation will be followed by observing birds at the feeders and on Lenoir’s grounds using our new skills to identify them.
Free for Audubon members, $20.00 non members which includes a year’s membership in Hudson River Audubon Society.
Registration required. For information and registration:
Walter Chadwick

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Mike and Kelli's Adventures

Citi and Shea (Penguins)

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Hudson River Audubon Society
P.O. BOX 616
Yonkers, New York 10703
Telephone (914) 237-9331

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