The North Fork Audubon Society connects people with nature. We promote the preservation of birds and wildlife by protecting and restoring critical habitats of Long Island’s North Fork. Our hands-on environmental and natural science programs encourage individuals of all ages to participate. We aim to grow a strong community of active members and supporters who value nature.

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Upcoming Events

Nocturnal Avian Migration with Tom Auer, National Audubon Society’s Conservation Data Manager
Co-sponsored by The Custer Institute

Saturday, August 15, 2015
7:00 pm (note early start time)
Custer Institute
1115 Main Bayview Road, Southold

Tom will talk about nocturnal avian migration from the biology of why birds fly at night, to the methods scientists use to study birds during this migration, to the many ways birders can enjoy and experience birds flying overhead in the night sky. Tom will focus on data management, tracking, analysis, mapping and other activities involved in identifying, understanding and conserving the Important Bird Areas Network.

 

North Fork Audubon Presents: Tuesdays With Tom
August 18- Cedar Beach County Park
Meet at the Red House at 8 AM. We will car pool from there.
There is no better place to see shorebirds on the North Fork than Cedar Beach. Willet, whimbrel, and waders will all be there!
Please register for this walk by contacting Tom Damiani at 631 275-3202 or email at tdamiani3@optimum.net. Rain Cancels.

North Fork Audubon Presents: Tuesdays With Tom
September 15- “Where the Birds Are”
Meet at the Red House at 8 AM. We will car pool from there.
That’s the point, right? You never know where a migration hot spot might be. So, we’ll go where the birds are that day and hopefully see some good birds.
Please register for this walk by contacting Tom Damiani at 631 275-3202 or email at tdamiani3@optimum.net. Rain Cancels.