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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97th Bronx-Westchester Count
 Sunday, December 27, 2030


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Woodpecker Warriors

 

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The First Feathers

 


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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

Trip Reports

Yonkers Bird List Updated for 2021!

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

 

 


January Program
via Zoom
Wednesday, January 27, 2021 7:30 PM
Mapping Population Patterns of Whales, Thrushes and River Herring
John Butler, Ecological Project Manager of the Van Cortlandt Park Alliance 
John's presentation will focus on the power of telling a story through maps, as he shows some spatial analyses on different species populations that he visualized over the past couple of years, including thrushes in New Hampshire, humpback whales in the New York-New Jersey Bight, river herring in New York City waters, and benthic macroinvertebrates on Staten Island. He will focus on the patterns of these animal populations across a geographic range and how mapping these species can help further an agenda to protect and restore habitat.


If you wish to participate in these or any of our on-line programs, send an email to hrasbirder@gmail.com requesting access and sign-in information.


Field Trips RESUME!
Saturday January 30, 2021
Jones Beach
8 AM
Limited to 6 participants
Participants MUST pre-register, agree to wear masks and maintain 6 ft of social distancing.
Register for field trips by emailing Michael Bochnik at bochnikm@cs.com


Field Trip
Saturday February 27, 2021
Jamaica Bay Wildlife Refuge
8 AM
Limited to 6 participants
Participants MUST pre-register, agree to wear masks and maintain 6 ft of social distancing.
Register for field trips by emailing Michael Bochnik at bochnikm@cs.com

 

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Hudson River Audubon Society
P.O. BOX 616
Yonkers, New York 10703
Telephone (914) 237-9331
Email:
BochnikM@cs.com


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