Brookside County Park Outdoor Presentation was a Huge Success
On June 15th, the Great South Bay Audubon Society held its last meeting of the year at the Brookside County Park, where they showcased a live animal event presented by the Quogue Wildlife Refuge.
QWR presenters Cara Fernandes and Marisa Nelson, aptly handled a Red Tail Hawk named “Red” and a Great Horned Owl named “Hooter,” sharing their individual histories and many other important facts about these birds.
The event was attended by 20 or so members and guests and was a lovely evening in the serene environment of Brookside Park in Sayville.
On July 8th, the GSBAS is revamping their butterfly garden and removing non-native plants. They are in need of every type of volunteer! If you can help, please contact them at 631.563.7716 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Islip Arts Council, in collaboration with Great South Bay Audubon Society, hosted Shakespeare in the Park on August 27.
Karen Andres is fairly new to to GSBAS. She is one of those hidden members who sends in her dues but hasn’t invested time into the organization.
OYSTER BAY, NY (June 2023)— The new Motus station installed at the Theodore Roosevelt Sanctuary and Audubon Center in Oyster Bay, NY will help track migratory birds by picking up radio signals from any bird with a radio tag that flies within several miles of the site.