BLACK RIVER AUDUBON PROGRAMS

      

Photos by Harry Spencer from his Birding Walks


Informative programs/meetings are held from September through May. Each month special guest speakers offer us the opportunity to learn more about the natural world around us.

The meetings are open to the public and our members will entertain you with bird sightings and experiences. Refreshments are served.

All meetings are held on Tuesdays at 7 p.m. The September, October, November, January and February meetings are held at the Carlisle Reservation Visitor Center. The December meeting is held at Sandy Ridge Reservation in North Ridgeville. The March, April, and May meetings are held at the Perry F. Johnson Wetland Center at Sandy Ridge Metro Park in North Ridgeville.

Programs 2016-2017

Visitors welcome!

All programs held at 7 p.m.

September 6, 2016 "Hog Islands Adventures"
Laurie Chachko and Renee Hiles
Held at Carlisle Reservation Visitor Center

October 4, 2016 "Wind Energy & Birds: Can they Co-exist?"
Mark Sheildcastle, Black Swamp Bird Observatory
Held at Carlisle Reservation Visitor Center

November 1, 2016 "Something Blue (Horseshoe Crabs)"
Nina Love
Held at Carlisle Reservation Visitor Center

December 6, 2016 "Birding Game Night at the Ridge"
Tim Fairweather, Sandy Ridge Head Naturalist
Held at Sandy Ridge Reservation, North Ridgeville

January 3, 2017 "Panama or Bust"
Tammy Martin
Held at Carlisle Reservation Visitor Center

February 7, 2017 "Peregrine Falcons in Cleveland"
Chris and Chad Saladin
Held at Carlisle Reservation Visitor Center

March 7, 2017 "Hog Island Adventure"
Tyler McClain
Held at Perry F. Johnson Wetland Center at Sandy Ridge Metro Park in North Ridgeville

April 4, 2017 "Role of Native Plants in a Susstainable Home Landscape"
Andy Lance
Held at Perry F. Johnson Wetland Center at Sandy Ridge Metro Park in North Ridgeville

May 2, 2017 "Antarctica Trip"
Mark Purdy, Greater Akron Audubon
Held at Perry F. Johnson Wetland Center at Sandy Ridge Metro Park in North Ridgeville

All meetings held at 7 p.m.