Winter Bird ID at Newburgh Free Library

Come learn about the birds local to our area in the winter months. Presented by James Van Gelder of the Orange County Audubon Society. Click here to register through the Newburgh Free Library Feel free to email for more information.

Winter Wildlife

What wildlife can you see in winter? Where are the others? A survey of how mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians, and plants are spending their winter. Participants may join in person at the SUNY Orange Rowley Center or via Zoom at the following link: Male Northern Cardinals (cardinalis cardinalis) in a snowy scene

124th Christmas Bird Count

Since 1900 the Audubon Society has annually conducted its Christmas Bird Count. This year will be the 124th and we hope that you will be involved. We have officially chosen the date of Saturday, December 30th to conduct our count. Our geographical region is Southern Orange County, which is then divided into smaller circles that […]

Colors in Nature at Albert Wisner Public Library

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Have you ever wondered why some birds are more colorful than others? Why is our planet green? How do living things produce and exhibit different colors? And why would a bird or any animal want to stand out anyway? Please join us for an informative program about color in nature, presented by Dr.  Walter Jahn.

Birding Beyond the Backyard

A program for those who enjoy watching birds and want to take their basic birding skills to the next level. Do sparrows confuse you? Trouble telling Downy from Hairy? This program covers bird identification along with suggestions on equipment and good local birding spots. This program will be presented by Diane Tuttle and held at […]