Orange County Audubon Society presentations are held the first Wednesday of each month, September through June at libraries throughout Orange County.
This fall we will be presenting “Backyard Birds”, a bird identification program including slides; calls; and interesting facts about many of the birds you will find in your own backyards.
The program will be given three times this fall, always at 6:30pm:
October 6th, 2017 at the Albert Wisner Public Library in Warwick.
November 1st, 2017 at the Thrall Public Library in Middletown.
December 6th, 2017 at the Newburgh Free Library, main branch.
The programs run about an hour and will be followed by a short business meeting for anyone who wishes to stay and learn more about OCAS.
Wednesday, Oct. 7, 2015 7:30 PM
A group of photographers will show us their photos of flowers, birds and insects. Not all of the photos were taken at 6 ½ Station Road but they all have been seen in Orange County .
Wednesday, June 3 2015
Viewing of Pelican Dreams. Judy Irving (filmmaker) follows a wayward, starving California brown pelican from her “arrest” on the Golden Gate Bridge into care at a wildlife rehabilitation facility, and from there explores pelicans’ nesting grounds, Pacific coast migration and survival challenges.
Wednesday, May 6 2015: Canopy Camp: A Photographic Journey in Panama. Canopy Camp is situated in the heart of Darien Province Panama, one of the most undeveloped regions in the world. Alan and Della will share photographs and stories from their recent adventure.read more
Wednesday, February 18 2015: The American Kestrel is the most common falcon in North America yet few people even notice they’re around. Attend this discussion and learn more about this fascinating bird.read more