4 October 2014
Birding Buffalo at Buffalo River Fest Park
9.00am : Conducted by BAS Naturalist Tom Kerr. Experience the birds of the Buffalo River with the Buffalo Audubon Society. The Buffalo River supports a large diversity of migratory birds, wading birds, and waterfowl. Join us for a bird walk through the park, located at 249 Ohio Street, Buffalo. Funded by the Erie Canal Harbor Development Corporation, administered by Arts Services Initiative of WNY.
Iroquois Observation Program
9.00am : Come explore the primitive beauty of Oak Orchard Creek with experienced guides. Bring your own canoe or kayak. Life jackets are required. Meet at Knowlesville Rd. Bridge, just south of the Swallow Hollow Trail.
Free. Call Rick Allen at 716-445-9685 for more information.
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In 1932, beavers were very scarce in New York State. In that year, beavers were brought from Wyoming and Idaho and were released here. What started out as a small stream, grew slowly with the beavers’ help. Today the Beaver Pond is the best place to see and hear beavers. Since beavers are nocturnal, we suggest that you come at dawn or sunset and watch quietly from the shore.
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