Hudson River Audubon Society of Westchester
2018 Programs and Events

Meetings and Programs (except the Holiday or Spring Luncheon) are free and
open to non-members

      Hudson River Audubon holds its programs at Lenoir Nature Preserve, a Westchester County Department of Parks, Recreation and Conservation nature center located at 19 Dudley Street, just off North Broadway in Yonkers. See directions and map below

    Non-members are always welcomed. Meetings start with refreshments and social gathering from 7-7:30 PM, followed promptly by the program. For more information, call (914) 237-9331.

Wednesday, March 28, 2018
A Walk Through the History of Westchester
Lenoir Nature Preserve
19 Dudley Street, Yonkers
Refreshments 7:00pm; Program 7:30pm
Patrick Raferty, librarian of the Westchester Historical Society, will lead us on a trip back in time. Combining stories, folklore and photos, he describes the twists and turns that resulted in the Westchester County of today. For example, he will explain how Riverdale was once part of Westchester County.

Annual Spring Luncheon
Saturday, April 21,2018
The Riverview, 1 Warburton Ave, 
Noon until 4:00pm
Join us for a wonderful Luncheon to celebrate the return of spring. 
* Delicious food * Amazing views * Door prizes
* Good company * Fun Games
* Great Program
Oleg Zvegdin, physics teacher at the Horace Mann School in Riverdale, will talk about solar eclipses including the reactions of wildlife.
The Luncheon will take place at The Riverview, in Hastings, known for its excellent food and spectacular views. Cost is still only $35.00 per person. Cash bar. Guests are welcome. Bring your friends.
Reservations are required. Send in your check and Reservation Form (see newsletter) by mail by April 10th.

Wednesday May 23, 2018.
Birds of the Gaspé Peninsula
Lenoir Nature Preserve
19 Dudley Street, Yonkers
Refreshments 7:00pm; Program 7:30pm
Charlie Roberto, from Saw Mill River Audubon, will introduce us to Canada’s little known area -- Gaspé Peninsula, in the Provence of Quebec. located at the month of the Saint Lawrence River. Slightly larger in area than the country of Belgium but with a population of only 150,000, the peninsula is a natural wonderland. Charlie will discuss some of its over 360 species of birds as well as other natural findings including moths, mammals and flowers.

Wednesday, June 27, 2018
Members Night
Lenoir Nature Preserve

7:00 Refreshments, 7:30 Program
Members show their best nature photos


  Directions to Lenoir:
From Saw Mill River Pkwy: Exit at Exit 9, Executive Blvd. Take Executive Blvd. to North Broadway and turn right. Go 1/4 mile and turn left onto Dudley Street. Lenoir's parking lot is on the left. 

By Bus: Take the # 6 along North Broadway to Dudley Street, one stop north of Executive Blvd.

Hudson River Audubon Society 
P.O. BOX 616
Yonkers, New York 10703


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