Date: 1/8/21 9:48 am
From: Johnson, Alyssa <Alyssa.Johnson...>
Subject: [cayugabirds-l] Upcoming virtual programs at the Montezuma Audubon Center
Winter Raptors of the Northeast
Saturday, January 9
10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
Daena Ford comes to us virtually from Braddock Bay Raptor Research in Rochester, NY where as President she oversees various raptor research projects and educational programming. Daena has a wealth of knowledge of all resident and migratory raptors that may pass through the Northeast during migration and will be presenting specifically about those birds of prey you may spot in the winter months. Some live here all year long and some are just passing through and visiting.

-After registering, you will receive the Zoom link information for the webinar. Click here to register. <https://act.audubon.org/a/winter-raptors-northeast>

-For more information about Braddock Bay Raptor Research, please visit http://www.bbrr.org<http://www.bbrr.org/>.
-Fee: $5/person, $15/family.
-Call 315.365.3588 or email <montezuma...><mailto:<montezuma...>?subject=July%2010%20Montezuma%20Bird%20Watching%20Tour> with questions about the event.


From Finch Irruptions to the Launching of the Finch Research Network

Saturday, January 16
10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
Matthew Young, President and Founder of the Finch Research Network (FiRN), has an extensive background in ornithology. He is a former editor of The Kingbird (NYS Ornithological Association journal), an audio engineer at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology Macaulay Library, and is currently an instructor of ornithology at Cornell University. We'll explore winter irruptive birds from redpolls, to Evening Grosbeaks, to the distribution and ecology of different Red Crossbill flight calls.

-Space is limited and pre-paid reservations are required. Click here to register.<https://act.audubon.org/a/finch-irruptions-launching-finch-research-network>

-Once registered, the Zoom information will be emailed to you.
-Fee: $5/person, $15/family.
-Call 315.365.3588 or email <montezuma...><mailto:<montezuma...>?subject=July%2010%20Montezuma%20Bird%20Watching%20Tour> with questions.
The History of Howland's Island
Saturday, January 30
10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
Travel back in time and explore the recent history of Howland's Island. Today, it is part of the NYS Department of Environmental Conservation Northern Montezuma Wildlife Management Area, but there have been many uses of the land over time. From horse thieves to a prisoner of war camp, Howland's Island has been witness to a multitude of occupants. Today, you can explore 3,500 rugged acres that are only occupied by wild animals. Join us for pictures, historical documents, anecdotes, and some cultural, geological, and natural history of this beautiful place.

-Space is limited and pre-paid reservations are required. Click here to register. <https://act.audubon.org/a/history-howlands-island>

-Once registered, the Zoom information will be emailed to you.
-Fee: $5/person, $15/family.
-Call 315.365.3588 or email <montezuma...><mailto:<montezuma...>?subject=July%2010%20Montezuma%20Bird%20Watching%20Tour> with questions.


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Alyssa Johnson
Environmental Educator
315.365.3588

Montezuma Audubon Center
PO Box 187
2295 State Route 89
Savannah, NY 13146
Montezuma.audubon.org
Pronouns: She, Her, Hers


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