In 2020, New York launched a 5-year project to document breeding birds all
across the state.  This "Breeding Bird Atlas" can be used to assess the
status of breeding birds and compare trends over time.  One of the best
parts of the Atlas, is that anyone can participate! Whether you are
interested in slogging through a bog to find an elusive wren, or whether
you want to document the nesting robins in your own back yard, the Atlas
wants your observations.

There are two upcoming interactive workshops on how you can contribute to
the NYS Breeding Bird Atlas.  These "walk and talks" begin with a quick
classroom introduction, then they move outdoors so you can actually
practice locating, identifying, and recording breeding birds.   We hope you
can join us for one of these introductions!  Pre-registration is required.

Montezuma Audubon Center,
<> June 5 from
9-11 AM.  There is a $10 fee for this program, which jointly supports the
Atlas and the Audubon Center.  Register through the link provided.

Humphrey Nature Center at Letchworth State Park
<>, June 13 from 9-11
AM.  This program is free; register by calling 585-493-3682.

happy atlasing,
Andrea Patterson


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