Winter Waterfowl Weekend in Oswego!
February 25-26, 2017
photo by Carena Pooth
|Spend a fun winter weekend along Lake Ontario! Paul Richardson will lead the main field trip on Sunday, including visits to Oswego Harbor/River and Lake Ontario to Fair Haven State Park and the West Barrier Bar County Park. Target birds will be waterfowl, gulls, and Snowy Owl. Saturday activities will include a snowshoe walk (snowshoes provided if needed) at the Rice Creek Field Station trails in
| Oswego, followed by apresentation on “The History and Importance of Waterfowl Conservation” by Dr. Michael Schummer. Dinner will be at Vona’s Restaurant in Oswego Saturday evening.
Read all the details and find out how to register and where to stay.
2017 NYS Birders Conference / NYSOA Annual Meeting
November 10-12, 2017
|The Buffalo Ornithological Society (BOS) is hard at work planning the 2017 NYS Birders Conference and NYSOA Annual Meeting. The conference will be held at the new Hilton Hotel right at the entrance to Niagara Falls State Park, November 10-12, 2017 (Veterans Day weekend).
Sabine's Gull, photo by Gale VerHague
Why is this conference so late in the year?
Because Niagara birding is fabulous then (think Sabine's Gull)!
More information now available at the BOS website.
New NYS Checklist Booklet Available
Get your copy of NYSOA's brand new 2017 edition of the official Checklist of the Birds of New York State. The list has been updated with all the latest AOU changes, through the 57th Supplement that was published in July 2016. Order your new checklist when you renew your membership, or purchase it online or send us a request with a check.
TIME TO RENEW!
If you haven't done so already, renew your NYSOA membership now and order your copy of the brand new 2017 edition of our Checklist of the Birds of New York State.
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Association are to document the ornithology of New York State; to foster
interest in and appreciation of birds; and to protect birds and their
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of Birding Ethics developed and promoted by the American
Individuals as well as clubs/organizations are welcome
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to NYSOA's quarterly journal, The
Kingbird, and its newsletter, New
York Birders. NYSOA also offers its individual members
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rate of $42) for a subscription to the online version of the The Birds
of North America.
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with links to websites listing local field trips and other activities!
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