WE HAVE OFFICIALLY GONE GREEN!
For the past several years, the GSBAS has written, printed and mailed a beautiful 8-page quarterly newsletter to members and non-members alike. The Sandpiper has been a labor of love and exists as an expression of our collective experiences, photos, knowledge and stories all about our beloved birds.
Our mission at the GSBAS is to advocate for the conservation of habitat for native birds and other native wildlife on Long Island. While in many ways we work tirelessly to do all of this, we have delayed a very obvious area of conservation until now.
We are no longer printing and mailing our Sandpiper and our newsletter will only be available in email form or by request as a copy.
If you would like to receive this newsletter email in the future, please visit our membership page. Membership – Great South Bay Audubon Society.
As we approach the colder months and begin to think about our feathered friends, take some time to consider how your plants and leaves can benefit them until spring. While birds rely on seeds and berries as the dominant food source in the winter months there are many ways to feed them naturally.
Hello my little birding friends! Hope you are all well and enjoying the birds. I’ve had a nice mixture this summer. I know people say you don’t have to feed the birds in the summer but I do.
Hidden beneath the forest floor lies an extraordinary network of interconnected fungal threads known as mycelium.