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Flatwoods Park Walk yields Woodcocks

On Thursday, March 17th, we held a Woodcock walk at Flatwoods Park. Seven people spent the hour before sunset walking around the western field of the park. Highlights of the walk was 6 American Woodcocks penting and seen against the sky during their display flight. Other great sightings were a pair of Northern Harriers, a Wilson's Snipe and 3 Fox Sparrows. The full checklist

Winter edition of the Leaflet is out

Photograph by Amber Smallwood as part of the Backyard Photography Workshop
The winter edition of the Leaflet is now available in electronic pdf format. Read about:
  • The Great Backyard Bird Count in Local Schools.
  • The status of our Chimney Swift Tower project.
  • Our upcoming Spring Banquet (get your tickets here
  • Eagle Watch Weekend: A warm success.
  • Our upcoming events!

Great Backyard Bird Count in Local Schools

The Sassafras Audubon Society started working on the Great Backyard Bird Count project with local elementary schools in 2014. The Great Backyard Bird Count itself has been around since 1998 and was started by the Cornell Lab of Ornithology and the National Audubon Society. From February 12th through 15th, people of all ages from different locations across the globe are invited to report the birds they see. The only requirement is that they collect data for at least 15 minutes during the count.

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