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Next NEK Board Meeting - October 13, 2015 4pm Meeting at Windsong
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Hello all: The NEK Audubon Oct. 3 field trip has been rescheduled to October 11 for a trip to Pondicherry Refuge and “The Big Sit”
Oct 11: Big Sit Birding Event at Pondicherry NWR, Jefferson, N.H.. Participate in the 9th Annual Big Sit Birding event at Cherry Pond in Jefferson. The Pondicherry Marsh Hawks will be counting all of the birds and wildlife seen from sunrise to sunset. There is a 3-mile round trip walk to the site on an old railroad bed (flat hike)
We will leave from in front of the Fairbanks Museum at 0600 for the 1 hour drive then 45 minute walk to the viewing platform on Little Chery Pond. We will return around noonish. Snack, water, hiking shoes, binoculars.
October 25 Sunday: Dead Creek WMA Look for returning Snow Geese and other migrating birds through Champlain Valley. We will leave from Joe’s Pond Park & Ride area at 0630 for the 2 hour drive to Dead Creek WMA. We will meet up & join Green Mountain Audubon members as we explore the Goose viewing area, Brilyea wetlands, and a few select spots along the Champlain Lake shore. We will return late afternoon. Bag lunch, Water. Binoculars.
For more information about the program, contact David Govatski, Chapter President at email@example.com. Autumn 2015 Ammonoosuc Chapter of NH Audubon Program Schedule
All evening programs are held at the Rocks Estate on Glessner Road in Bethlehem and start at 7 PM and are free and open to the public. For more detailed information contact David Govatski, Chapter President, at David.Govatski@gmail.com
Sept 16: The Nature of Alaska’s Inside Passage. The Inside Passage is a popular destination for visitors to Alaska. David Govatski served as the expedition ship naturalist aboard the French ship L’Austral in June and July of 2015. Learn about glaciers, marine mammals, birds and other wildlife and how to make the most of your future trip. Oct 11: Big Sit Birding Event at Pondicherry. Participate in the 9th Annual Big Sit Birding event at Cherry Pond in Jefferson. The Pondicherry Marsh Hawks will be counting all of the birds and wildlife seen from sunrise to sunset. There is a 3-mile round trip walk to the site. Oct 17: Trails Day at Scotland Brook. Meet at the Trailhead on Jim Noyes Road in Landaff at 9 AM. Bring work boots, gloves and water. Help maintain our Scotland Brook trail system while learning about the area. See beautiful fall foliage. We usually are finished by 1 PM. Oct 21: The Buzz on Bumblebees. Biologist Sara Zahendra of the VT Center for Ecosystem Studies will present a program on bumblebees. These cute pollinators are essential to our food supply and we will learn about their natural history and the role they play in nature. Dec 20: Littleton Christmas Bird Count. Join us for our annual Christmas Bird Count. Contact David Govatski for details at David.Govatski@gmail.com