Calling All Friends, Members and Neighbors!
2020 has been a year like no other. With many of our social programs, such as our bird walks, public monthly meetings with educational and environmental speakers and our annual dinner and festival having been put on hold, Great South Bay Audubon Society has endeavored to continue bringing opportunities to our community via virtual programming, our newsletter and informative website. Although many programs have been temporarily halted, our expenses have not been.
Since the need to protect our environment does not take a break, we have also continued to partner with environmental groups such as National Audubon, The Nature Conservancy and The Environmental Protection League.
We look in hopeful expectation to be able to resume nature walks after the new year, and begin to add our other regular programming and events as the year progresses. The major project planned for this year will be to refurbish the Fran File bench at the Bayard Cutting Arboretum, to continue to honor the memory of Fran File, a woman who was a tireless supporter of both Great South Bay Audubon Society and nature.
Please support our annual appeal by donating below.
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,...
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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.