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 Hog Island Audubon Camp yet?
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Field Trips and Events
Monday, January 1, noon-2:30pm,  Leader: Bryan MacKay, Soldiers Delight (Owings Mills area)
Start off the New Year with a 3-mile hike at Soldiers Delight (near Owings Mills). We probably won't see
much, but Soldiers Delight is a lovely grasslands and a very pleasant place to hike. We'll start at noon
(and finish by 2:30) for those recovering from the previous night. Contact Bryan MacKay to register and
for information and directions--mackay@umbc.edu--at least 24 hours in advance.
Friday, January 26, 8:30am – 5:30pm, EcoCamp Survivor Village: Winter Edition
Pickering Creek Audubon Center
$60.00 per child 5th -7th grade
Winter months bring new ways to explore the wooded trails and test your survival knowledge. Participants will practice teamwork, navigational, shelter-building, and fire-building skills while experiencing a different kind of day outdoors. Survivors should pack a lunch, snack, and be prepared to be outside. Limited to 20 participants, call to learn more.  *Optional limited Transportation from Kohl’s in Easton for an extra $10.00 per child.
Pick-up at 8:00am, drop-off at 6:00pm.  Call 410-822-4903 to register.
January 28, 11:00am         Leader: Tim Houghton, Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge
Take a trip with Tim to the Blackwater NWR on the eastern shore. You will search for Tundra Swans, Snow Geese, Brown-headed Nuthatches, wintering ducks, and other avian treasures. Contact Tim to register and for
meeting location, directions, or other questions: 410-510-7504 or (email) timhoughton@comcast.net.  
Volunteer Opportunities
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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.  See their website for more details - click here.
Pickering Creek Audubon Center: 
Pickering Creek has ongoing volunteer opportunities to match your skills and interests.  Please see their website for details - click here.