Saturday May 12, 8:30am, Leader: Fred Brundick, North Point State Park (Edgemere, MD)
North Point is a 1,310 acre park on the shores of the Chesapeake Bay. We’ll be searching for spring migrants and resident birds on the Marsh Trail and bay front. Park entrance fee is $3/vehicle (have exact change). To register, contact Fred at firstname.lastname@example.org or 443-752-
5607. All levels of birders welcome, scope helpful if you have one.
Saturday, May 12, 9am-12pm, Native Plant Sale with Patterson Park Audubon
Jump start your bird-friendly garden! Audubon is bringing the native plants to you! Find us at the Butchers Hill Flea Market close to the intersection of E. Lombard St. & S. Patterson Park Ave. where we will have native perennials for sale. We will be there from 9:00 AM until we sell out. Cash or check only, please! No need to register.
Saturday, May 12, 10am-12pm, Birds and Climate Change with Pickering Creek Audubon Center
$20.00 per person
Curious about the climate impacts to the beloved birds found in Maryland? Join us at Peterson Woods to learn about Audubon’s Birds and Climate Report and study the shifting ranges of 314 North American birds. Find out how Audubon is working both locally and nationwide to build climate resiliency and monitor changes in bird populations and ranges. Be a part of our climate solution – get involved! Register by calling 410-822-4903.
Sunday, May 13, 7:00am , Leader: Tim Houghton
Susquehanna State Park
Susquehanna State Park is Harford County’s (and maybe the state's) best place to find Cerulean Warblers and other warbler and songbird species. This park has a little bit of everything. E-mail Tim for information and to register at email@example.com or call 410-
510-7504. Meeting place will be at Rock Run Mill (corner of Stafford Rd. and Rock Run Rd.).
Saturday, May 19, 8-930am, Druid Hill Bird Walk with Patterson Park Audubon
Hill Park is 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. If you would like to borrow binoculars, drop us an email – we have plenty to share! There is no need to RSVP for this event, just arrive ready to explore! To borrow binoculars: firstname.lastname@example.org or 410.558.2473. Free! Meet at 3001 East Drive in Druid Hill Park.
Saturday May 19, 10am-12pm, Spring Birding with Citizen Scientists with Pickering Creek Audubon Center
$20.00 per person
Calling all early birds! Join Pickering Creek naturalists along the pathways at Pickering Creek Audubon Center for a close look at two closely monitored bird species: Eastern Bluebirds and Wood Ducks. Citizen scientist volunteers adopt trails and monitor birds each spring and summer as they build nests, lay eggs and raise their young. Learn about the process of monitoring built bird habitats and appreciate some of nature’s cutest animals: baby birds! Register by calling 410-822-4903.
Saturday, May, 26, 8-930am, Bird Walk at Patterson Park
Over 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. If you would like to borrow binoculars, drop us an email – we have plenty to share! There is no need to RSVP for this event, just arrive ready to explore! To borrow binoculars: email@example.com or 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.
Saturday, June 9, 530-830pm, Tour, Toast & Taste
with Pickering Creek Audubon Center
Explore one of Talbot County’s rarely seen estates, enjoy cocktails, heavy hors d’ouevres and bidding on unique items during the annual gala event to support of Pickering Creek Audubon Center’s education programs. More information available in May 2018 at www.pcacevents.org. This year's event will be held at the beautiful Lombardy on the MIles River.