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Bus Trip to Ohio's Magee Marsh

Wed.— Sat., May 9—12: Annual “Biggest Week in American Birding”. This is YOUR chance to see warblers, shorebirds and plenty of birders from all over!! Leader: Becky Stabler of NATURESTABLER
mail NatureStabler@gmail.com to reserve your spot for this spectacular adventure in Northwest Ohio!!
FEE: Single Rate $575/person
Double Rate $440/person
Triple Rate $390/person
Quad Rate $367/person.

What to expect: Weather and Sightings
The birds migrate through this area because of the weather and geography. Depending on what fronts are moving into the area, the birds “pile-up” waiting to cross the Great Lakes with favorable fronts. This saves them valuable energy rather than flying around the lakes. They also feed on the insect population which is emerging from winter quarters.

Bring along a pair of binoculars, rain gear and water resistant shoes/boots. This is a great opportunity for experienced and novice birders as well as avid outdoors folks to experience vast numbers of birds!

For more information, click HERE to download a PDF.

 

 

Bus Trip to New York's Central Park

Thurs., May 17: Bus trip to New York’s Central Park to focus on warblers. Leader: Becky Stabler of NATURESTABLER EXPLORATIONS. Call Becky at 717-688-5183 or e-mail NatureStabler@gmail.com to reserve your spot.
FEE: Fee per person: $115
Include $50 deposit/person w/registration.
After April 10 total amount due at registration.


What to expect: The birds migrate through this area because of the weather and geography. Depending on what fronts are moving into the area, unique birds may get blown into the area.

Bring along a pair of binoculars, rain gear and walking shoes/boots. This is a great opportunity for experienced and novice birders to experience vast numbers of birds!
You may choose to bring your own lunch so that there is no time wasted waiting in lines. But you can also choose to take in the flavor of Manhattan and leave Central Park for a bite to eat.



For more information, click HERE to download a PDF.

 


YORK AUDUBON SOCIETY MISSION

The purpose of the York Audubon Society is to:
(1) promote an appreciation of  the wonder, beauty and variety of nature;

(2) to promote a better public understanding of all forms of life and the
life support systems of air, land, and water and their interrelationships; and

(3) to foster a recognition of the need to protect wildlife, habitat, and
natural resources and to use and manage natural resources wisely


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