All levels of naturalists, including beginners,
 are most welcome on Eastern Long Island Audubon field trips. 

Most trips are free to attend, 
however, sometimes the venue we are visiting has a fee. 
We try to make a note of it in the notice.



​Eileen Schwinn, Field Trip Chair

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On WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 13, 2021
Meet at 8:30 AM, Field 5, 
at Robert Moses State Park

We will visit the FINS Hawk-watch and 
walk on a raised boardwalk, 
to the Fire Island Light House.

This trip has always been an enjoyable one, with conditions ranging from comfortably warm to freezing cold!! Good winds usually produce good raptor migrations and mid-to-late Fall Migrating birds. More information will follow. Registration for this trip will begin approximately one week before the trip - 
please wait until to receive the 
Constant Contact eMail from ELIAS to get in touch with Eileen.
On SUNDAY, OCTOBER 3 
Meet at 8:30 am
Take a Walk at Quogue Wildlife Refuge

Take a guided bird walk at the Quogue Wildlife Refuge. 
The Refuge is an excellent stopping off point for south-bound songbirds, 
and there is a good chance
 to spot fall warblers and other migratory birds. Binoculars are a necessity.
 Limited to 10 participants, pre-registration required. 
To register call the Refuge at  631-653-4771
or go on the website: QuogueWildlifeRefuge.org
That is a free walk.