Don't miss our Annual Spaghetti Dinner!
April 18, 6PM
Caught in a SNOWstorm
with Dave F. Brinker
 Please note no live owls will be at the dinner
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Field Trips and Events
March 5,10,11 and 23 -  Bird Friendly Gardening Workshops with Patterson Park Audubon. 
Monday, March 9, 10AM, Pickering Creek EcoCamp 2020 - Registration Begins
Tuesday, March 10, 2020 , 6:30PM - 8:00PM
Birds & Brews:  Flight of the Timberdoodle
$10 per person, Pickering Creek Audubon Center
As winter breaks and spring begins to emerge, the timberdoodle start dancing. At dusk the male woodcock spirals into the sky, creating a trilling sound with its wings. Then he descends, fluttering, warbling and zigzagging back to the spot he began. This unusual mating ritual will take place in Pickering Creeks’ warm season grass meadows which provide ideal habitat for this annual late winter event. We’ll spend a portion of our time in our rustic classroom learning the basics about this unique upland shorebird before going out at dusk, with a local brew in hand, to listen to the sounds of the evening, including owls, frogs and ducks overhead before focusing in on hearing and seeing the woodcocks display. REGISTER HERE
Thursday, March 12, 7:00pm,    Leader:  Tim Houghton, Evening Woodcock Watch, Home Depot, hwy 40, Edgewood  in Harford Co.
Meet at the southwest parking area of Home Depot on Rt. 40 in Edgewood.  From there, we will watch nearby for woodcocks. Hopefully we will see the fascinating Woodcock sky-mating display as well as hear their distinctive songs or call notes. Bring binoculars and
a strong flashlight if you have one. E-mail Tim if you have questions and to register at
or call 410-510-7504. Time is no later than 7:00 PM.  ote: The location and date may change. If so, there will be an announcement.
Saturday, March 21, 8-930AM, Druid Hill Park Guided Bird Walk
According to, over 180 bird species have been documented in Druid Hill Park, an important migratory stopover in Baltimore City! Experts from Audubon and the Maryland Zoo will lead us in search of avian friends! Bring the whole family - all ages and abilities welcome! No experience necessary.  There is no need to RSVP for this event, just arrive ready to explore! To borrow binoculars email or call 410.558.2473. Free!  Meet at 3001 East Drive.
Friday, March 27, 4:00 – 5:30 pm, Amphibian Amphitheater, $5 per person, Pickering Creek Audubon Center
The show must go on, especially if you are an amphibian waking up from your winter slumber! Join Pickering Creek naturalists as we explore our property for pitch perfect frog choruses, shy salamanders & theatrical toads. Learn to identify frog songs, make some calls of your own and wander our wetlands to find frog, toads and tadpoles of all shapes and sizes. When all the world’s a stage, everyone is welcome to join our Pickering Creek chorus!  REGISTER HERE
Saturday, March 28, 8-930AM, Patterson Park Guided Bird Walk
More than 200 bird species have visited Patterson Park, an important migratory stopover in Baltimore City! Audubon experts will lead us in search of avian friends! Bring the whole family - all ages and abilities welcome! No experience necessary.  There is no need to RSVP for this event, just arrive ready to explore! To borrow binoculars email or call 410.558.2473. Free!  Meet at the fountain in the northwest corner of Patterson Park, closest to the intersection of E. Lombard St. and S. Patterson Park Ave.
Save the Date!  Baltimore Birding Weekend
Volunteer Opportunities
Volunteer  with Chesapeake Audubon!
Pickering Creek Audubon Center: 
Pickering Creek has ongoing volunteer opportunities to match your skills and interests.  Please see their website for details - click here.   
Patterson Park Audubon 
The Patterson Park Audubon Center team needs volunteers to help in their efforts to produce quality programs for children and adults, and to build Baltimore's bird habitat in Patterson Park and beyond. There are lots of ways you could help, both indoors and outdoors, or possibly from your own home.  Click here for information.