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©2015 Eastern Long Island Audubon Society, Inc.
"From the Barrens to the Bays"
Eastern Long Island Audubon Society, Inc.
A New York Chapter of National Audubon Society
Serving the communities of South Hampton, East Hampton, Western Riverhead, Brookhaven
STAYING IN TOUCH
We would like to stay in touch with you! ELIAS is now using Constant Contact in addition to Facebook to remind our members and friends about meetings and walks. If you have joined recently and included your email, you should be on the list and be receiving notices. If your email has changed recently or if you did not include your email with your membership and would like to be on the list, please send your email address to ELIASosprey@optonline.net and you will be added to the list. Just to cover all the bases, it is easy to unsubscribe if you wish.
Christmas Bird Counts
There are no December Field Trips – instead, we will be inviting you to participate in the Christmas Bird Counts. Each year, thousands of bird lovers and birders world wide take to the field to do a little “snapshot” counting of what birds are found within a pre-determined count circle. Locally, there are a number of teams which head out – some beginning in the pre-dawn hours and completing after the sun sets, while other participants count from their kitchen windows throughout the day! Everything contributes to the most comprehensive observation of birds – species and numbers – around...more
Saturday, November 7th from 9:00am–3:00 pm
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Eastern Long Island Audubon Society Has
Teen Scholarships Available for 2016 Summer Camp
ELIAS is offering scholarships for three students in grades 7 through 12 to attend New York State Department of Conservation camps for one week. Campers will choose between camps in the Adirondacks, Catskills, or western New York State. Campers enjoy fi shing, hiking, canoeing, volleyball, and hunter safety training. Activities such as sampling streams for aquatic life and hiking in the dark to listen to the sounds in the woods are designed to bring conservation concepts to life...more!