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Join us on the first Monday of the month for our public program!
Eastern Long Island Audubon Society is a Chapter of the National Audubon Society serving the communiites from Patchogue to Montauk along the South Shore of Long Island, including western Riverhead, Brookhaven, Southampton and East Hampton.
You are invited to join us on 

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 3 AT 8 AM 
as we explore the area around
Shinnecock Inlet and then drive down Dune Road.
We will be looking for the wintering birds, including Egrets, Herons, ducks of all sorts, and 
smaller birds like Snow Bunting & Horned Larks.

Meet at the Hampton Bays end of Dune Road 
at Charles F Altenkirch County Park
in Hampton Bays, New York
373 Dune Rd, Southampton, NY 11968

Please register with Byron Young to let him 
know you are coming. His email:
youngb53@optimum.net

Bring a scope if you have one, a snack and water 
and 
dress for the weather. 


















MONDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 5th at 7pm

Exploring Woodpeckers & Nuthatches 
of Long Island
Presented by Cara Fernandes

Join Quogue Wildlife Refuge Program Director, Cara Fernandes, on a fascinating journey into the world of woodpeckers and nuthatches that call Long Island home (or at the very least, winter vacation!). Long Island's ecosystems provide a rich habitat for a variety of woodpecker and nuthatch species, making it an ideal location to explore and learn about these unique birds. Learn about the distinguishing features, behaviors, and habitats of woodpeckers and nuthatches in this slideshow presentation.

Cara is a graduate of Stony Brook University and works at the Quogue Wildlife Refuge as Program Director. Cara enjoys sharing the unique habitats of the Quogue Wildlife Refuge with visitors of all ages. Outside of her professional capacity, she enjoys travelling and birding in all seasons. 


This free program is at Quogue Wildlife Refuge, 
3 Old Country Road, Quogue.

All are welcome. Refreshments. 









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