Chemung Valley Audubon Society Meeting and Program
May 19, 2022 at 7:00 p.m.
In-person: meet at Appleridge, 168 Miller St. Horseheads, NY.
By Zoom: email to request a Zoom invitation.

"Lake Friendly Living"
Guest Speakers from Seneca Lake Pure Waters Association

Chemung Valley Audubon Society meets on May 19 at 7:00 p.m. in the West End 
Room at Appleridge, 168 Miller St., Horseheads. All are welcome to attend to 
learn about local birds, the society's projects, and how to become involved. 
Appleridge is wheelchair accessible. Online viewing by Zoom is also available 
with a request to

The evening begins with a 7:00 p.m. Bird Identification Workshop by Bill 
Ostrander. Following a brief business meeting at 7:30, enjoy a presentation by 
guest speakers from Seneca Lake Pure Waters Association (SLPWA). Kaitlin Fello 
and Maura Toole will present the association's "Lake Friendly Living" program. 
SLPWA is a partner in the Lake Friendly Living Coalition, which encompasses 
nine of the Finger Lakes.

Birds and other wildlife depend on these lakes and their watersheds for food, 
raising young, and annual spring and fall migrations. And more than 100,000 
residents use Seneca Lake as a primary water source.

Formed in 1990, SLPWA is committed to preserving and protecting Seneca Lake 
through scientific research, community partnerships, and public education. The 
all-volunteer, nonprofit organization studies Seneca Lake and its tributaries, 
informing the public about contamination, invasive species, lake levels, and 
methods to improve lake quality.

Chemung Valley Audubon events are free and open to all. One of 27 chapters in 
New York State, its purpose is to encourage the study, enjoyment, and 
protection of birds and other wildlife, and to promote educational lectures, 
programs, and field trips. For online information
visit and the society's Facebook page.

Anita Seaberg, Elmira


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