Coordinator: Mona Cady
Meet 7:30 am in parking lot at 105 Bloody Hollow Road, Chatham. Intersection of Stonewall Road (off Route 203 in Austerlitz) and Bloody Hollow Road. This is another new site (opened in 2017) and has 1.9 miles of trails on 76 acres.
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Coordinator: Chris Franks 518-781-0204
Meet 7:30 am in the main parking area. 58 Shore View Drive, East Chatham. Heading east on New Concord Rd turn left on Cemetary Road. Shore View Drive is on your left. Follow Shore View and bear left when intersecting farm driveway. This is a new site to the ADBC calendar. We are trying to get species list on eBird to over 100.
View the full ADBC calendar of events here.
Coordinator: Marian Sole 203-710-9096
Explore this newly opened and largest CLC property. Sparrows, migrants, and a nice mix of habitat await our visit. Meet 7:30 am at the parking area on Catalano Road west of Route 22 in Ancram, 12503.
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Coordinator: Drew Hopkins 518-653-4387
Meet 7:30 am in the parking lot of the Greenport Conservation Area. From the North: Take Route 9 to Greenport, NY. Veer right onto Joslen Blvd., and go straight for 1.1 miles. Turn right into the parking lot at the sign for the Conservation area. If you reach Daisy Hill road, go back 0.1 miles.
Visit the ADBC website for more information.
Meet 7:30 am at the parking lot. From the intersection of Route 22 and 20, turn left on CR 5, proceeding south to the intersection with CR 34. Turn right and proceed to the intersection of CR 34 and CR 9. Look for the distinctive Columbia Land Conservancy sign on your right. The hunt for spring migrants continues at this site in northern Columbia County. There is a pond which has supported nesting Great Blue Herons in past seasons.
For more information, visit the ADBC website.
Help clean our nest boxes for upcoming spring nesting season!
Join CLC for a morning counting the birds with an expert birder!
Launched in 1998 by the Cornell Lab of Ornithology and National Audubon Society, the Great Backyard Bird Count was the first online citizen-science project to collect data on wild birds and to display results in near real-time.
Now, more than 160,000 people of all ages and walks of life worldwide join the four-day count each February to create an annual snapshot of the distribution and abundance of birds.
Join Erin Talmage of the Birds of Vermont Museum to learn about how to be a better birder. We’ll start out in the CLC office, then head outside to test our new skills.