Information about the NYS Ornithological Association's Winter Weekend in the
Adirondacks is below:


Winter Weekend in the Central Adirondacks! 
Saturday & Sunday, February 10-11, 2018   


Cold weather got you down? Join us February 10-11 for a birding weekend in
the central Adirondacks and see some birds that really know how to cope with
winter. With a one-in-twenty-year bumper food crop on the trees of the
Adirondacks, this is the year to see finches and boreal birds in New York


The weekend events include two field trips, a birding workshop, and the
opportunity to socialize with birders from all over New York State.  For
those able to arrive in Long Lake by 7 a.m. on Saturday, NYSOA will offer a
pre-workshop field trip led by Joan Collins and Matt Young.  At 4:00 p.m.
Matt Young will give a presentation on "Crossbills of New York: Status and
Flight Call Identification."   A group dinner will be held at the Adirondack
Hotel in Long Lake Saturday evening.  On Sunday morning, Matt Young, Joan
Collins, and Mary Beth Warburton will lead the main field trip beginning at
7:00 a.m.


While the workshop is free and open to the public, both field trips are
limited to 20 participants and pre-registration is required.  Registration
is first-come, first-served with preference given to NYSOA members and youth
members of the NYS Young Birders Club.  Read all the details and find out
how to register and where to stay by visiting .


Joan Collins

Editor, New York Birders

Long Lake, NY

(315) 244-7127 cell       

(518) 624-5528 home


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