Beginning Birding Workshop
(Free!) May 31 – June 1
Are you just getting started in birding? Are you seeing birds but donʼt know what they are? Are you worried that you donʼt know enough to go on field trips? If youʼve answered yes to any of the above questions and want to learn about birds and birding, then this in-depth workshop is just what you need. We will cover topics ranging from how to choose and effectively use a pair of binoculars to how to find and identify birds. The workshop will concentrate on birds found in our local area, but will also provide knowledge and skills that will allow you to bird anywhere. The goal is to increase your enjoyment of watching and learning about our fascinating feathered friends! All ages welcome, but children 12 and under must participate with an adult. For more information or to register contact Ken Salzman at: firstname.lastname@example.org or 756-0347. Registration is limited to 25 people, so register early!
Early May Field Trips
Please check out our field trip page for more details!More May field trips will be posted at the end of the month. Sunday, May 4: May Meander 9 AM. Trip limit: 12. Trip leader, Joe Meche, 739-5383 or email@example.com. Sunday, May 18: Whatcom Creek Walk 10 AM. Trip limit: 12. Trip leader: Joe Meche, 739-5383 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
General Membership Meeting with Dan Froehlich
Frequent Fliers of the Bird World: Long Distance Migrants
Check out our website to see a description of this talk.
Always on the 4th Tuesday of the month: April 22, 7pm at the Whatcom Museum The Sibley Guide to Birds, 2nd Edition Book signing with David Allen Sibley Co-sponsored by the North Cascades Audubon Society & North Cascades Institute. Visit Village Books to learn more! Sunday, April 20, 4pm at Village Books 1200 11th Street Bellingham, WA 98225 Annual NCAS Campout Friday, June 6 to Sunday, June 8 For the third year NCAS has reserved the group camp at Pearrygin Lake State Park, just north of Winthrop, for a weekend of outstanding birding under the warm, clear skies of Okanogan County. Our Audubon group listed over a hundred species within the 48 hour period including field trips to Beaver Pond and Pipestone Canyon. The group camp is separated from the main campground and situated in the midst of excellent habitat. The site is accessed by a narrow, gravel drive and is designated for tent camping only but smaller RVs can be parked in the adjacent lot. Cost for the two days is $20.00 per camping unit to cover the rental fees. For more information please contact Pam Borso at email@example.com or (360) 319-9004.