Junior Audubon Club - Hawk Watch
9.00am : Middle and High School students are invited to join our club. This month join BAS Naturalist Tom Kerr for a Hawk Watch at Lakeside Cemetery, located in Hamburg. Meet at Hawk Watch Area. Donations.
Volunteer Open House
10.00am : Join a unique group of people committed to sharing their love of nature with others! Volunteers are the life-blood of Buffalo Audubon - we can't succeed in our mission without the dedication and hard work of our volunteers. Help us in our quest to promote appreciation and enjoyment of the natural world through education and stewardship. Our volunteers take on a variety of activities, including leading nature walks, teaching educational programs, assisting in office duties, helping with our seasonal festivals and special events, and caring for our critters, buildings, garden and trails. Individuals who are interested in becoming a volunteer and sharing their love of the outdoors, can attend this informal information session. Staff will give an overview of Buffalo Audubon, Beaver Meadow, and the many opportunities available to you. We will then go out and participate with the Garlic Mustard Challenge or other activities to improve the habitats and trails at Beaver Meadow – please dress accordingly! Giving the gift of time can be one of the most rewarding experiences in life. For more information call Buffalo Audubon at 585-457-3228 or email email@example.com.
Iroquois Observation Programs
1.00pm : 1-2pm Focus On: Meet John James Audubon. Step back into the early 1800's and meet the colorful and flamboyant artist-naturalist who changed the world of illustration with his landmark publication, "The Birds of America." 1-4pm Eagle Watch at Cayuga Overlook. Experienced birders will help visitors view an active Bald Eagle’s nest and other migratory birds 7:30-9pm Woodcock Walk. Meet at Swallow Hollow parking lot. 8pm Night Migrations; Meet at the Cayuga Overlook on Route 77 Visitors learn how birds migrate using the stars and constellations. Telescopes will be set up to observe the night sky and view avian species. New and experienced birders as well as children are welcomed to participate. Dress appropriately. (Weather permitting) Early Lyrid Meteors; three bright planets. Free
Easter - Visitor Center is Closed - Trails are always open.
9.00am : For all Audubon volunteers - even first timers! No need to register, but bring a lunch.
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