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The primary mission of the Great South Bay Audubon Society is to advocate for the conservation of habitats for native birds and other native wildlife on Long Island. Click here to learn more.
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The Great South Bay Audubon Society recently lost a dear friend. Bob Wilson a long-time member of GSBAS, passed away recently in his 83rd year. Bob, together with his lovely wife Edith joined GSBAS in the early 80s, and became involved in numerous projects,...
You’ll know is it is a funny birding story when the first thing that comes to our mine is “A few years ago I went searching for the Snowy Owl,…”
We have talked many times about how fortunate we are to have Brookside County Park as our home. Suffolk County is very generous to us as well as the volunteers that help clean up.
What LI birds are close to shore, learn details about wading birds, waterfowl and raptors as well as where you can go to observe each of them. Limpkin Wading bird
Meet in Field 5 at northeast corner.April 13 @ 9:30 am - 12:00 pm at Robert Moses State Park
Meet in parking field. Entrance is on the westbound side of Sunrise Highway (Rte. 27) west of Pond Road. If coming from west to east, Take exit 47A and goApril 17 @ 8:30 am - 9:30 am at Connetquot River State Park
Take Southern State Pkwy. to Meadowbrook Pkwy. south to Merrick Road (27A). Go east on Merrick Road approximately 1/8 mile and turn right into the Norman J. Levy Park.April 20 @ 9:30 am - 12:00 pm at Norman J. Levy Park & Preserve
Bird Feeder Survey
Hummingbirds in Ultra-Slow Motion
The colibri (hummingbird) is a sacred bird for the Taino Indians because it is a pollinator and as such, brings life.
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