The next North Shore Audubon Society (NSAS) general meeting will be held on 
Tuesday, April 26, 2022, at 7pm.

This will be a hybrid live/Zoom meeting, the first ever attempted by North 
Shore Audubon.  All are encouraged to attend in person if possible. The 
location is the Manhasset Public Library, 30 Onderdonk Ave, Manhasset, NY 11030.
If you wish to attend via Zoom, use the following link to pre-register: 
 After registering, you will receive a link to join the meeting.

Our presentation will be “Spring Migration in Nassau County” by Stephane 
Free admission.  All are invited - you do not need to be a NSAS member to 
    The spring migration is the most anticipated birding event of the year, but 
do you make the most of it? “Non-chasing” birding strategies linked with the 
temporal change in migratory land bird species composition will be discussed. 
Knowledge of local park migration specialties, usage of bird migration 
forecasts, and birding by ear needs are sure to make each spring a more 
satisfying birding and bird watching experience. There will be plenty of bird 
pictures to whet our appetite!
     Stephane Perreault studied ornithology at McGill University, where he 
conducted research on the American Redstart breeding behavior. A Long Islander 
since 1995, Stephane remained an avid birder while he pursued a career in 
Biochemistry. Stephane has been conducting bird surveys for the Seatuck 
Environmental Association for several years, and since 2020, he is the 
Naturalist on staff at the Greentree Foundation, Manhasset.

For more information on NSAS programs and weekly walks, see <>  

Nancy Tognan
Publicity volunteer, North Shore Audubon Society, PO Box 763, Port Washington, 
NY 11050 <> <> 
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