This month in our spotlight of the Montezuma Audubon Center in Savannah, Wayne County, Chris Lajewski discusses the mid-to-late fall migration patterns, the water fowl species that can be found on the thousands of acreage in Seneca and Wayne counties, as well as a couple crucial events coming up.
One involves a drive for volunteers, and the other involves an important discussion about HABs on one local lake that has seen little HABs activity.
Check below the player for direct links to events and programs highlighted in the podcast.
Happy Owl-ween Goes Virtual: Happening Saturday, October 31st from 10-11:30 a.m. Celebrate Halloween by joining us for a virtual presentation about the owls that can be found in New York State. Some live here year round and some just pass through during migration. Stay tuned for some special feathered friends who will join us as well. The Zoom link will be sent in a confirmation email. Space is limited and pre-paid reservations are required. Fee: $5/person, $15/family. Click here to register.
HABs Spotlight on Onondaga Lake: Audubon’s Onondaga Lake Conservation Corps is proud to welcome David A. Matthews, Director of the Upstate Freshwater Institute, for a presentation about the water quality of Onondaga Lake and other New York State lakes. The presentation will take place on Saturday, November 7 from 9 AM – 10 AM at the Milton J. Rubenstein Museum of Science and Technology in Syracuse, NY. Fee: $5/person. Click here to register.
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