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Southern Adirondack Audubon Society

          
Protecting the environment through the preservation of natural habitats
 and the advancement of environmental education

Birding the Hudson River
 
Building Bluebird Houses
    
Learning about
                invasive plants





Whether it's birding the Hudson River, building bluebird nestboxes, or learning about native plants, our members always enjoy the fellowship and fun of our field trips and workshops.  Check the schedule below for something that interests you and join the fun!




Field Trip & Local Natural History Events Calendar
Please take time to familiarize yourself with the SAAS Field Trip Guidelines

White-throated Sparrow by
                Gordie Ellmers
Friday, Sept 15, 8a.m. - 9a.m.  Betar Byway

Join CDPHP and SAAS as we walk along the Betar Byway in South Glens Falls in search of fall migrants.  All birders and non-birders are welcome.  Meet at the gazebo at the First St. entrance.




Columbine Saturday, Sept 16, 2 pm – 4pm - Wildflower Walk in Cole's Woods

Diane Collins, wildflower photographer and author of Trailside Wildflowers in Coles Woods will be leading a wildflower walk at Cole’s Woods.   The cost is $5 and includes a copy of her wildflower booklet.  Meet  in the parking lot behind the YMCA on Glen Street.  Please call Diane at 792-2811 to register.






Rusty Blackbird by Gordie
                Ellmers
Tuesday, September 26,  8 am.  Hudson Crossing Park, Schuylerville

Join Wally Elton in exploring Hudson Crossing Park (at Lock 5 on Route 4 just north of Schuylerville).  We will walk through wooded areas along the river/canal looking for resident and migrant birds .  Meet in the park parking lot. (For more on Hudson Crossing Park, see SAAS September 2016 newsletter article or www.hudsoncrossingpark.org  

White-throated Sparrow and Rusty Blackbird photos © Gordie Ellmers